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I just don't get it. Im in FTP the files are all there. Is this saying to load them again??

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    Can you try what is suggested in this other question - civicrm.stackexchange.com/a/6546/72 ?
    – samuelsov
    Oct 20 '17 at 21:32
  • Thank you! I found the solution, the issue was that I needed to add a file, named files, to the directory. This is not automatically populated in word press. It has plug-ins as a file where are the plug-in files are located. My eyes just didn't catch it at first that the problem was simple and it was asking for a directory that wasn't there. Oct 21 '17 at 19:46
  • Now I have everything in and working, however when I go in to add a membership type. it opens in a pop-up style box. The drop down menus in the box are populating their content behind the box. Some sort of glitch. Is there a way to fix that? Oct 21 '17 at 19:48
  • I'm glad that you found the solution to the problem. Your new question seems completely unrelated to the previous one. Probably a theming / css issue but if you need a better answer i suggest you open a new question and add a screenshot to it so anyone can understand the context.
    – samuelsov
    Oct 23 '17 at 18:21
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So I'm no tech, this is going to me layman's terms.

The issue fixed by going into FTP to the plugins file and adding a file named "files" and then dropping the civicrm folder into that file named files.

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