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    I have done the famous 5-minute install when I installed wordpress and everything seems to work just fine with wordpress. But my problem is once I’ve uploaded the display theme via the wordpress admin panel. This is what I get and I don’t know what I’m supposed to do now. Halp me plx!

    This is what it looks like now: http://jimmygustafsson.se/


    You’re PHP error level is set to low. It is showing warnings when it really should only show fatal errors. Talk to your sysadmin about setting the error threshold higher or read more about how to do it here:


    You might just want to set it at the top of index.php as:

    <?php error_reporting(0); ?>

    I would start with your sysadmin if you are unfamiliar with this sort of thing.


    does putting the theme/wordpress site in a subdomain will also cause this problem?

    Display works perfectly with my main site http://www.donbagsit.com

    But also displays this “undefined index” problem…on a wedding site im working on donaciel.donbagsit.com


    I havent tried a subdomain yet but i can’t believe it will be any different. I Will try to follow Noah Hendrix tip and see where it goes :)

    I will report back if/when i manage to fix it and how i did it, otherwise i will still have the same problem.

    Thanks for the answers guys!


    I have find my problem now and solved it. WP_DEBUG had to be set to false which i had on true, thats why it didn’t work. Now it works perfect!


    Glad that everything works now.

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