I downloaded the Zen theme and FTP'ed it to sites/all/themes.
It appeared in my list of themes, and I clicked on the Default setting. I got this error:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function render() in /home2/wvwworg/public_html/scholaclasses/forum/sites/all/themes/zen/templates/block.tpl.php on line 12
and now I can't get back to my Administration Themes page to change it back to Garland.
I was hoping it would be a simple matter to change the theme to a mobile-friendly theme, but apparently I got in over my head very quickly.
Excuse me if this has already been solved but I'm new to Drupal (today!) and while installing I ran into several issues. I wont get into details about all of them but I managed to finally install Drupal and was hoping someone could give me some pointers for next time.
The issue: After what appears to be a successful install, I get a:
You don't have permission to access /drupal/ on this server.
I was successful in getting the Acquia Dev Desktop installed.
The next step was to "Create a new Drupal site" which takes me to "Select a Drupal distribution to start from". Watching some Youtube videos on installing Drupal I went with the Drupal Core files for 7.38 and that seems to have worked as I now see in the Acquia Dev Desktop my site information.
I'm on Day #1 of learning Drupal and looking forward to getting into the guts of development. But during the desktop install I get the error "Fatal error: Call to undefined function field_attach_load() in C:\Users\JCross\Sites\devdesktop\drupal-7.38\includes\entity.inc on line 354" during the SITE INFORMATION page.
NOTE: I'm starting from scratch on the install and getting new problems - no need to answer this question for now.
Version Apache : Apache/2.2.22
Version MySQL : mysql Ver 14.14 Distrib 5.5.28
Version PHP 5.2.17
I try to install Drupal as usual (copy default.settings.php -> settings.php...).
Then I go to "http://localhost" with my browser to set up the installation.
But at the database configuration, when I confirm my settings, I have the HTTP 500 Internal server error.