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* Ensure that your site is hosted on a server that runs PHP 5, not PHP 4. [http://pluginbuddy.com/serverbuddy-check-hosting-quality-security-issues-more/ ServerBuddy] plugin can be used to check this and more. You can contact your host for help on upgrading from a older version of PHP to version 5.
 
* Ensure that your site is hosted on a server that runs PHP 5, not PHP 4. [http://pluginbuddy.com/serverbuddy-check-hosting-quality-security-issues-more/ ServerBuddy] plugin can be used to check this and more. You can contact your host for help on upgrading from a older version of PHP to version 5.
 
* See [http://ithemes.com/forum/index.php?/topic/10241-how-i-got-style-manager-to-work-perfectly/ this] forum topic on permissions. Summary: "Anyway I discovered the css files being created in wp-content/uploads were being created with rw rw — permissions and as soon as I changed the file permissons to be rw rw r it all worked perfectly."
 
* See [http://ithemes.com/forum/index.php?/topic/10241-how-i-got-style-manager-to-work-perfectly/ this] forum topic on permissions. Summary: "Anyway I discovered the css files being created in wp-content/uploads were being created with rw rw — permissions and as soon as I changed the file permissons to be rw rw r it all worked perfectly."
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* If you are using 1&1 hosting, create a single line .htaccess file with this code "AddType x-mapp-php5 .php" and upload it to the root. [http://ithemes.com/forum/index.php?/topic/5298-having-a-problem-activating-builder-on-a-fresh-install-of-wp3/#p30612 Source]

Revision as of 22:52, January 29, 2011

Builder Style Manager is a plugin for iThemes Builder that provides a easy interface to adjust styling of various elements of Builder theme.

It can be downloaded from Member Panel.

Below are some useful tips, FAQ and forum links.

  • Use Firefox.
  • Ensure that your site is hosted on a server that runs PHP 5, not PHP 4. ServerBuddy plugin can be used to check this and more. You can contact your host for help on upgrading from a older version of PHP to version 5.
  • See this forum topic on permissions. Summary: "Anyway I discovered the css files being created in wp-content/uploads were being created with rw rw — permissions and as soon as I changed the file permissons to be rw rw r it all worked perfectly."
  • If you are using 1&1 hosting, create a single line .htaccess file with this code "AddType x-mapp-php5 .php" and upload it to the root. Source
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