I’ve developed a website using the Swagger theme (it is at IP address: http://220.127.116.11) and will be ready to go live with it very soon. In the time it took me to develop it, WordPress came out with an update as well as several of the plug-ins I am using. I copied the development site to a test environment and upgraded to WordPress 3.5.1 from 3.4.2.
I backed up the database, turned off all plug-ins and upgraded to WP 3.5.1 from within the admin area in the back end of the site.
After reactivating the plugins, I looked at the site and found several issues: all of the custom widgets had disappeared (on the right hand side bar and the footer), the content from about 15 different sliders had disappeared as well as things like my logo in the header reverting to the Swagger logo, several style sheet styles were not being applied (custom fonts being one of them) and other things that were settings done in the theme itself (for example, breadcrumbs were turned back on).
Any thoughts as to where I went wrong? Is there something about the Swagger theme that is updated differently than the method I used?
Any help is always appreciated. I may need to stick with the current version for a while until I get it figured out.
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