I have a Wordpress theme installed that I have customized to some degree. The problem is I need to access the many template files associated with the theme while I'm designing pages, but the template pages are not showing up in the dashboard/page attributes.? I contacted the developer of the theme, and he suggested that either the Wordpress core is damaged, or a plugin is interfering with the template pages from showing up.? So I need a fix for this problem. I need to be able to access the theme's files, and if there is a problem with the wordpress core or a plugin that is in the way of this, it needs to be fixed right away. Please make a backup of the site if you are chosen. If anything goes wrong, I would like to be able to use a backup to mitigate any problems.?
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