Summary: 1. Background information: Wordpress installed via script installation method. I have installed a custom child theme I bought for the genesis framework. Yes I have both genesis + child theme installed (so I am not missing the framwork) 2. When I try to edit the custom theme's file/code in the WP Admin - Theme Editor it redirects me to an error 404 page on my blog as soon as I hit "Update File" instead of keeping me on the WP Admin - Theme Editor page. The files that I am trying to update aka the files that get this error are the front_page.php, functions.php and theme-defaults.php 3. The style.css and the page_landing.php files of the same theme update fine, and will say "File edited successfully" and I am still on the same page in the WP Admin - Theme Editor. All my other Wordpress themes and all of their files are also updating just fine. Why do I have this issue? And how do I fix it? I thought it was a glitch. So I have deleted the website, re-created it, re-installed the Wordpress script, the genesis framework + custom child theme about 4-5 times already but I get the SAME error/redirection on the SAME custom theme files. Photos included: 1. For the themefiles that work: style.css and page_landing + all theme files for all the OTHER theme I am still in the Wordpress Admin - Theme Editor area and it says file edited successfully. 2. For the front-page.php, functions.php and theme-defaults.php of that custom made child theme, I get redirected to that Error 404 page on my blog. As you can see the URL in the address bar is also different than the files that do work.