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    This was a couple of weeks ago. Had to get the webhosts to restore from a backup.

    Any ideas what might have caused this?

    I think it was a 500 error I was seeing after the upgrade.

    I’m thinking maybe the PHP version isn’t high enough – currently 5.x I think.




    Please try updating the theme to the latest version 4.3.2 via FTP – (Purchase code hidden if logged out) /#theme-update. We have added backwards compatibility but we would still recommend you to use PHP version 5.6 or higher.

    Best regards,

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