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    I recently inherited a client and website. He was using an old version of WordPress and version 2.4.4 of the theme. When I moved the website to a different host I installed the latest WordPress (4.1) and imported his website in with BackWPup plugin. Everything has been fine except the “Add Media” button. It does not nothing when clicked, I read online and found that updating the theme would be the likely fix.

    I downloaded the latest version of the theme 3.0.8 and uploaded it to the website, now I found I have two Enfold themes listed in the Theme section rather than a single updated Enfold. I looked at the server and found in the wp-content/themes folder the previous web-creator must have renamed the original enfold theme folder to testermanmasonry, so now I have an “enfold” and “testermanmasonry” in the themes folder.

    What is the best way to go about merging files to the new enfold theme? As in which files would have data particular to the content of the website that could be moved over? Or would it be easier to remove the new theme, rename “testermanmasonry” theme folder to “enfold” and try uploading the theme again?


    Hi testerman7!

    It would be impossible for us to know. You would need to contact whoever edited the theme before.

    It’s always best to do customizations in a child theme, http://kriesi.at/documentation/enfold/downloads/, so they will be saved between updates.

    If it was me I would just upload a fresh copy of the latest version of Enfold and redo the customizations in a child theme.


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