I have recently installed the ‘Studio’ theme and on my ‘Homepage’ a ‘Oops! That Page Cannot be found’ keeps appearing at the top of the page.
The page itself s displaying fine (i.e. recent posts appear, side bar and header image appear) however at the top of the section it has this message. Initially i thought it was because of the permalink, however, i have changed it around and it still displays this message.
I noticed this theme does not have a home.php file and the index.php file appears like it need to be edited? My page is currently in ‘Maintenance Mode’ so you will not be able to view it – i can deactivate the maintenance pligin if this would make it easier to see.
PLEASE HELP ME!! Any advice would be greatly appreciate 🙂
@britney-mackenziemy-jcu-edu-au: Try deactivating all plugin and check if that resolves the issue. If not, please try changing the theme to WordPress core themes (Twenty Seventeen) and check again. If it happens in other themes too, its not a theme issue. The theme does have index.php file. Try installing a fresh copy of the theme again. Let me know further.
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