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[resolved] New posts writing to database but not displaying (3 posts)

  1. PhaseSpace
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    The problem:

    • New Posts write to the database, but are not displaying in Post lists in the admin or blog display.
    • However, direct permalinks to the new Posts do work.
    • In the DB entries, there appears to be no difference in the data between new and old Posts.
    • If an old Post is edited and saved it continues to display.
    • Pages display with no problem.
    • The problem developed spontaneously sometime in the last 6 months. I have upgraded WP and plugins during this timeframe, and my host (Dreamhost) switched me to a new shared server. I'm unaware of any PHP upgrades. I asked Dreamhost support if this might be a server issue and they were stumped. I did not add any new plugins.
    • Date of Posts doesn't seem to matter, even if I backdate them to the time before the error developed.

    I have tried the following to no avail:

    • Importing into a fresh mySQL database
    • Repairing DB tables and overhead
    • Reinstalling WP

    The nuclear option I have not tried is starting a completely new hosting account, in case there's something intrinsically busted with the current account config.

    Blog: http://www.sbfi.org/advice-on-loan/
    Direct permalink to a new post: http://www.sbfi.org/2011/09/01/test-backdated-post/

  2. WPyogi
    Volunteer Moderator
    Posted 1 year ago #

    In your second link, I do see a post dated Sept. 1 2011 - with test test as the content - is that not visible for you or is there supposed to be a newer post?

    Have you tried deactivating all your plugins and switching to the default theme?

  3. PhaseSpace
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Deactivating plugins was something already tried that I forgot to include in the list.

    Switching to the default theme solved the problem, which is wild because I didn't expect the theme to affect the admin output as well. I now know to troubleshoot my custom theme.

    Thanks!

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