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cover-wp tag links generating undefined function error: catch_that_image() (6 posts)

  1. sitemaker
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Clicking on any tag (whether in the tag cloud or on a single-post page) produces:

    Call to undefined function catch_that_image() in .../public_html/wp-content/themes/cover-wp/tag.php on line 18

    instead of an archive of everything having that tag.

    Can anyne give me a pointer how to fix?

    Thanks.

  2. Emil Uzelac
    Theme Review Admin
    Posted 3 years ago #

    So you have i.e.

    <?php echo catch_that_image() ?>

    in your tag.php and catch_that_image() is the function from functions.php correct? if so make sure that you have the code in it.

  3. Daniel Tara
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Just update the theme to the latest version. It was a bug that was fixed.

  4. sitemaker
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    1.
    Emil,
    No "echo" in the php, just a function call, but otherwise yes.
    (This is where the code decides whether there's a featured image in the post, or if the template will have to supply its own random image.)

    2.
    Pseudoxiah,
    I've modified the template enough that I can't update automatically until I know what files are gonna be touched. Is there a place I can just see the changes, so I can apply them myself? I'm at template version 1.6.3.

    I've added a widget position to functions.php; and modified the visible on-screen text that the template had hard-coded in just about every other part (header, sidebar, home, category, tag, archive, single, search); and of course tweaked the css file. (I imagine it might be faster to copy in the missing function than to reapply all my changes.)

  5. Daniel Tara
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Here's what you need to change in tag.php:

    http://themes.trac.wordpress.org/changeset/15014/cover-wp/1.6.5/tag.php?old=15002&old_path=cover-wp%2F1.6.4%2Ftag.php

    Remove what's highlighted in red and replace with what's highlighted in green.

  6. sitemaker
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    THANK YOU. That's very clear & I'll do it right away.

    By the way, I commented out line 18 (that function call), and the template all seems to work fine. I was coming back here to report that when I found your reply. Perhaps it only works fine because of my usage pattern (for example, every post has exactly one featured image and no others, etc.)

    Anyway, I will apply the rest of the changes. Thank you so much for the reference to trac. I didn't know about that resource before. It's terrific. Thank you very much.

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