I have copied the folder according to your instructions but there is still the “Not a valid template” message.
Then I deactivated the plugins Galleryview and WPtouch as mentioned in other topics, but it didn’t work.
– Used theme: GeneratePress
– I did a change of provider and a domaintransfer a few hours ago
The problem was from installation.You’ve skipped some steps.
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I followed the steps from your file documentation.htlm in the zip-file.
Make sure you have NextGEN Gallery already installed. Upload the folder nggallery from the zip file to your theme folder /wp-content/themes/[your theme]/. If you already have other templates they will not be overwritten.
NextGEN was already installed and was working, and the folder “nggallery” from the zip file was uploaded into the correct folder of my active theme.
So I and maybe other users would like to know what “skipped some steps” does actually mean, because there are actually no other steps in your documentation…
Thanks for the information, but where is this step to install the NextGEN Custom Fields Plugin and to create these fields in the setup-guide?
It would be great to add that steps in your documentation so that non-wordpress-professionals as me know how to install your plugin correctly
This step exist in Faq – > Question 2. (Yes you have right.must be added in installation section).
We will add this step also in the installation section for next version.( we are working now at new version ).
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