I’m running WP1.5.2 and have just installed Blix theme (v 0.9.1) and have it all working fine, with one exception.
If I password-protect a post, then it appears in my main blog page okay with a password/submit form, saying it’s password protected.
However, when I click on the category in the sidebar, the post is shown in full.
I’ve verified this on a separate machine on our network at home and can replicate the problem.
When I switch back to the default WP theme, the problem disappears: clicking on the category returns a statement that there is no excerpt because it is a protected post.
Switching back to Blix theme means the post is visible again in the category view (or month view). It has “protected:” in the title, but it displays the protected post anyway.
Same result in IE/Firefox.
I’ve left the theme running (www.humens.com) because I’m still in early phase and content isn’t sensitive. It’s a site I’m donating, and my second WP site, but there’s not much content there.
You’ll see the post is password-protected, but if you click on any category (other than “Everyone”), then you’ll see the post itself, which shouldn’t happen.
This is my first forum post, and I’ve used search to go through every Blix tagged post (and Blix post) — looked also on the Blix site, looked in the templates (not that my theme editing skills are overly strong) — and I can’t seem to find an answer.
I’d like to keep using Blix, can anyone point me to where I could find a fix for this problem?
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