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[Resolved] 6.3.2 Upgrade, login page all messed up now

  • Hello,
    I just upgraded to version 6.3.2 and my login page (which was previously working fine) now has a bunch of unwanted extras on it. You can check it out here:

    Login

    Basically, it’s trying to pull content in as if it was a single-post page … like the date tab, categories and the related posts content that is only shown on a single post page. Why is this happening?

    -AC

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/theme-my-login/

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  • My guess the reason that is happening is there are no settings for the new default TML pages.

    Well… I reverted back to the older version and that actually BROKE my site. I had this error showing at the top of everything admin page:

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/hellocut/public_html/wp-includes/post.php on line 3601

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/hellocut/public_html/wp-includes/post.php on line 3601

    Yes, it showed twice. The entire admin interface was hosed. Everything was out of alignment, discolored, etc.

    On the front end, the “login” or “logout” links just took me to the root of my domain. http://hellocuteness.com.

    I had to deactivate.

    Plugin Author Jeff Farthing

    @jfarthing84

    TML now has it’s own post type, tml_page, which by default would use the single.php template. However, it is coded that they should still use the page template hierarchy.

    You can try copying your page.php template to single-tml_page.php.

    Hmm. So I guess I’m confused. None of my other “pages” show the date, categories or related posts content. How can I prevent this from showing on the TML login page? I’m using a custom Genesis child theme.

    Ah ok, I will try that! :p

    I copied the Genesis page.php into a new file and named it single-tml_page.php. I first uploaded this into my theme’s default folder. No change. Then I tried to upload it into the plugin’s templates folder. Still no change. From the TML tab in the dashboard, I now see a “pages” area, however, when you go to edit a TML page – there are no “Page Attributes”, so no way to assign that template to the login page.

    Who is your host?

    My webhost? It’s Hosting Matters, Inc.

    How is this related to my webhost? To me it appears that the missing functionality to assign a page template in the new custom post type that TML is using in this new version, is the issue.

    Am I thinking on the right track?

    Right. I only ask the question because most hosting control panels will allow you to revert your site to a previous date and restore TML with no issues.

    Oh 🙂 I see. Yes, I can just upload my old copy of 6.2.3 for now. Right? However, this is probably going to be an issue for others too, the fact that others wouldn’t want the content from single.php showing up on a login page! (Seriously, not trying to be a jerk – but why would you want the post date, categories and whatnot on a login PAGE?). Maybe the new custom post type can be coded to use page.php by default instead of single.php?

    You may have to delete the plugin altogether directly from the hosting panel, before you upload the old copy.

    Wow, this is strange! I deleted the entire TML plugin folder via FTP. However, I’m now trying to delete it from my own computer and it won’t allow me to! User Account Control on my computer says I don’t have permission to delete it and it’s trying to access a Windows registry!

    lol try to reboot

    Are you trying to delete the file from the FTP program? If so try deleting it right from the folder in your Hard Drive. Like in my case I use Dreamweaver but I can also delete directly from the folder in my c:drive.

    Plugin Author Jeff Farthing

    @jfarthing84

    When you install a plugin via the WP admin panel, the files will be owned by the webserver. You’ll need to change the permissions to manually delete them.

    Also, as I said above, it is coded to still use the page template hierarchy.

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