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Posts and Pages not showing up in admin (10 posts)

  1. detavio
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Right now when I click posts or pages in admin only the latest post/page is reflected. I have to click back and forth between "all" and "published" until finally all of them will load one at a time. does anyone know what is wrong? The posts/pages show perfectly in the consumer facing part of the blog.

  2. Try decativating all plugins. If that resolves the issue, reactivate each one individually until you find the cause.

  3. gazouteast
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    In SOME cases it MIGHT be a plugin causing this, but it is a far more deep rooted problem in the WP3.0 core

    If it were not, then there would not be so many forum threads about this same and similar topics.

    MacManX and esmi have been doing their level best for weeks to deflect all blame to plugins, but only a small percentage of blame lies in that direction.

  4. MacManX and esmi have been doing their level best for weeks to deflect all blame to plugins, but only a small percentage of blame lies in that direction.

    This is called "troubleshooting," not deflecting. You start with the simplest causes and move forward from there.

    If you're sure that it's a bug, and you are currently affected by it, you might want to consider reporting it.

    I apologize that I, and the rest of the volunteers here, have not met with your level of expectations.

  5. Samuel B
    moderator
    Posted 4 years ago #

    gazouteast
    you saying it is a bug does not make it a bug.

    but it is a far more deep rooted problem in the WP3.0 core

    perhaps you could point this bug out so we can get it fixed and.
    3 million downloads and what percentage has this problem?

    edit - personally, I would have deleted your response as superfluous and having nothing to do with contributing support and brought it back when you complained about censorship

  6. conorp
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    MacManX and esmi have been doing their level best for weeks to deflect all blame to plugins, but only a small percentage of blame lies in that direction.

    Actually, quite often it is actually plugins and themes. I have helped 10 people just this week troubleshoot in the WP IRC just by deactivating plugins. It often turned out that it was an old plugin or something along those lines.

    If it were not, then there would not be so many forum threads about this same and similar topics.

    There are also SO many threads about not being able to log into WordPress. I suppose that's a bug in WordPress to?

    Instead of abusing volunteers, how about actually trying to solve the issue. You didn't help the original poster at all with your comment and may have actually confused them.

    If its a real bug, submit a ticket to trac. If your just causing trouble go away.

  7. mrmist
    Forum Janitor
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Perhaps we could skip the meta-discussion and stay on the original topic, otherwise I'll end up having to close the thread anyway, which wouldn't help detavio.

  8. Mark / t31os
    Moderator
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Ok, in the spirit of getting the thread back on topic and helping the original poster.

    Right now when I click posts or pages in admin only the latest post/page is reflected. I have to click back and forth between "all" and "published" until finally all of them will load one at a time. does anyone know what is wrong? The posts/pages show perfectly in the consumer facing part of the blog.

    You didn't set the posts per page setting under screen options to 1 and forget? Seems silly but figure it's worth asking (i'd done that before and it kept me baffled for at least an hour).

    Try switching theme also. Theme's can run any code a plugin can, so it's just as likely to be the source of a problem.

    One possibility would be a plugin or the theme running a filter on pre_get_posts or parse_query (or similar) without the necessary conditional checks, which in effect causes the filter to run on the admin side to.

  9. stevebluck
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I have just come to a similar problem while developing a theme where my posts would not show up within the admin panel.

    The problem was a global variable I created for my theme. I was using a variable that was already taken by the WordPress core (I'm guessing).

    I used $name instead of $themename. Once changed, it fixed my problem.

    I'm not quite sure if it's the same problem you're having but thought I'd post anyway.

  10. Mark / t31os
    Moderator
    Posted 4 years ago #

    That's an interesting suggestion Steve, not something i had considered but certainly a valid possibility, switching theme as suggested above should be able to confirm if that's the problem detavio is experiencing.

    Thanks for posting the suggestion, i'd never thought of conflicting vars being a problem, but it's definately a possible cause.

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