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[Resolved] All pages display index.php instead of page content

  • Hello

    When the Custom Post Type UI plugin is enabled all of my pages display index.php’s content (currently index.php is displaying blog posts).

    Very strange problem.

    When I disable CPT, refresh permalinks, then everything starts working again as normal.

    Anyone know a fix for this bug? I presume its something to do with CPT’s permalink functionality.

    Thanks in advance

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/custom-post-type-ui/

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  • PS. I have also tried disabling all the plugins and just using the CPT UI and it still does not work.

    I have also tried switching themes to a clean slate Twenty Ten but it still does not work.

    This is a clean WordPress install with the latest version too.

    I’m stumped.

    Any ideas?

    Fixed the problem!

    Quite simple really – 1 of my taxonomies was called ‘year’ which caused a bug in the system due to WordPress Posts reserving the ‘year’ taxonomy for their blogging system.

    So just avoid any default taxonomies that WordPress may use, and you should avoid this problem.

    Hope this helps someone

    Thanks for sharing this tip lord_dev

    Plugin Author Michael Beckwith

    @tw2113

    Sounds like notices/warnings about reserved post types and any taxonomies would be a benefit

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