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  • Resolved gregbd


    I get this error plus the calendar does not show up the correct month..

    WordPress database error: [Unknown column ‘user_level’ in ‘where clause’]
    SELECT COUNT(*) FROM wp_users WHERE user_level > 1

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  • I’m not sure about this, but as I upgraded to 2.0 RC1 a few hours ago, I had a look into it. The database field user_level is no longer available in 2.0.

    Maybe you are using a theme that is adressing the database directly … if you are using a special theme, try the standard theme coming with 2.0 RC1 and see if the error still occurs.

    You were right. I changed the theme and that error disappeared. I wonder where I should look for ‘user_level’?

    It might be best to look into The Main Index Template (index.php) [Themes – Theme Editor – Main Index Template]. It looks like it’s right between the post’s headline the_title() and the post’s text the_content() …

    Hope it helped …

    I found that in theloop.php Thanks!




    I’ve just updated to the “stable build” of WP 2.0 and I’m getting this error as well on the K2 theme. Any ideas on a fix?



    ah, i seem to have found it. Thanks!

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