wp-signup page without theme

I am trying to use a theme from yootheme on this test site.

Problem is that theme is not displayed on signup.php page.

Theme developer is not willing to provide any help with that and just says that multisite is not supported at this time. But I think it might be a little thing I must add to display the theme correctly on signup page.

Can anybody help me here?

  • Philip John
    • DEV MAN’s Apprentice


    First thing I'd mention that installing Multisite in a sub-directory is a bad idea. It looks like you're only doing it for test purposes but WPMS really doesn't work well in a sub-directory and you're likely to come up against issues.

    Secondly, if the theme doesn't support multisite then you'll either need to convince the developer to add support or hire a developer to add support for you. I've seen the same with a few themes and you'll need to add MS support to fix that.


  • Jonathan
    • The Incredible Code Injector


    You've got to style it...

    This stylesheet is being called in the header
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="http://mediasentrum.com/test/wp-air/wp-content/themes/yoo_air_wp/style.css" type="text/css" media="screen" />
    And this above stylesheet style.css is empty but I see some css is being loaded, but it isn't really styled

    <style type="text/css">
    		.mu_register { width: 90%; margin:0 auto; }
    		.mu_register form { margin-top: 2em; }
    		.mu_register .error { font-weight:700; padding:10px; color:#333333; background:#FFEBE8; border:1px solid #CC0000; }
    		.mu_register input[type="submit"],
    			.mu_register #blog_title,
    			.mu_register #user_email,
    			.mu_register #blogname,
    			.mu_register #user_name { width:100%; font-size: 24px; margin:5px 0; }
    		.mu_register .prefix_address,
    			.mu_register .suffix_address {font-size: 18px;display:inline; }
    		.mu_register label { font-weight:700; font-size:15px; display:block; margin:10px 0; }
    		.mu_register label.checkbox { display:inline; }
    		.mu_register .mu_alert { font-weight:700; padding:10px; color:#333333; background:#ffffe0; border:1px solid #e6db55; }

    So you need to either add your own css to it, or somehow edit the loaded css styles.

    Right click and view source to get a better idea.

    Sidenote: It's a rather sexy looking theme :wink:

    All the best,

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