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Wordpress not displaying correct (activated) theme

Posted on 2014-01-09
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I just installed WordPress on a site. I am not very good with it, but I can change headers/footers/links as need be.

The WP version is 3.8
I just installed the twentyeleven theme and have Activated it and updated it.
Even though twentyeleven is Activated, WP is showing twentyfourteen as the active theme.
Any idea why?

Thanks.
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Did you set it as the default theme, disabling the other? (Disable the twentyfourteen theme)...
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I did not see a place to 'disable' them, but I deleted them and now the correct page is showing. Excellent!
Thanks very much!
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