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Track / Log Who Made Changes To Appearance

  1. My blog's appearance changed today. A new theme template was applied. Is there a way to track changes to see which of my Admins made the change? Is there a way to undo? Restore a prior version. If I reapply the old template will I have to recreate all widgets etc from scratch or will they come back automatically? ? Thanks.

    The blog I need help with is harlemcondolife.com.

  2. Since you are now running the Coraline theme, I suspect that you were running Cutline. The switch was made by the folks who run WordPress.com. See:
    http://en.blog.wordpress.com/2010/08/09/new-theme-coraline/
    for the announcement,and several other currently-active topics in these forums for discussion.

  3. pornstarbabylon
    Member

    Can I make a suggestion about your blog. I have high-speed internet and it took a long time to get through to your site. You have many pictures and up to two months worth of posts on the main page. Many people might leave your blog if they're on dial-up. Too many pictures take up a lot of bandwidth making it difficult to navigate through the site.

  4. pornstarbabylon
    Member

    Forgot to say how maybe cutting down the posts to five or ten for the main page would be helpful to a lot of people.

  5. I have to agree with pornstarbabylon. On a 20Mb connection currently running at 17Mb, it's glacially slow.

  6. @hervejb You can read more about the switch from Cutline to Coraline here and here.

    If any Sidebar Widgets disappeared after the theme switch they should be available at Appearance → Widgets in the Inactive Widgets pane. If they're not, or if you need help setting up any of your widgets again, let us know and we'll do what we can to help you out.

    Let us know if you run into other issues. We're happy to help.

  7. hi folks. thanks so much for your replies. we finally figured this out. but we have notivied that our site is very slow. we have tried to limit the # of posts to 10. but it seems as though the posts are not sorting in the right order, from most recent on "down". can anyone shed light on this for us?

  8. That happens when people have made a sticky post; specifically, making more than one will mess things up badly. Edit the top few posts on the page to ensure they're un-sticky. If it's not that, has someone perhaps been editing the dates?

  9. That happens when people have made a sticky post; specifically, making more than one will mess things up badly. Edit the top few posts on the page to ensure they're un-sticky. If it's not that, has someone perhaps been editing the dates?

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