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August 23, 2014 at 3:46 am #42931donnasanderParticipant
immediately after I updated my theme, I get this text on the homepage of my site:
Pages:. *after : (string) Text to put after all the links. Defaults to
. *link_before : (string) Text that goes before the text of the link. Defaults to (blank). Version 2.7 or later required. *link_after : (string) Text that goes after the text of the link. Defaults to (blank). Version 2.7 or later required. *next_or_number : (string) Indicates whether page numbers should be used. Valid values are: *number (Default) *next (Valid in WordPress 1.5 or after) : *separator : (string) Text to be used between page numbers (if applicable). Defaults to a single breakable space. (Valid in WordPress 3.6 or after) *nextpagelink : (string) Text for link to next page. Defaults to Next page. (Valid in WordPress 1.5 or after) *previouspagelink : (string) Text for link to previous page. Defaults to Previous page. (Valid in WordPress 1.5 or after) *pagelink : (string) Format string for page numbers. % in the string will be replaced with the number, so Page % would generate “Page 1”, “Page 2”, etc. Defaults to %. *echo : (boolean) Toggles whether to echo or return the result. The default is true. Valid values: *1 (True) – Default *0 (False) *Return Values : (mixed) If $echo is set to true (default), returns NULL and echos the content. If $echo is set to false, returns formatted output in HTML *****/?>
The site is here: http://walkingtreeoflife.com (though I temporarily took the site down and put it in maint. mode until I could resolve the issue…but if you need it back up to look at it, let me know. I disabled ALL plugins, and no help. And the text shows up, exactly the same, at the very top of every page. (before any content)
Any thoughts?August 23, 2014 at 10:08 am #42937donnasanderParticipant
Well, finally after a few hours, I found this text. It’s the “comment” (help) text on the wp-includes/post-template.php file…and why it was showing up on my home page, I don’t have a clue. I had a couple other issues, and edited a .htaccess file, added more cache memory for php…and it mysteriously went away, just as it came. I’m baffled. There was nothing wrong with the file. Tags & comments were all closed properly…I just don’t have a clue.
Wordpress seems to get more and more complicated as time goes on. And the more I learn, the less I seem to know. :-bAugust 23, 2014 at 2:36 pm #42942SakinKeymaster
@donnasander: Hum this is strange that we don’t have an issue like this when we update the theme. Maybe it’s problem with your child theme. Check your child theme settings with our same child theme in http://catchthemes.com/blog/create-child-theme-wordpress/
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