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  • Plugin Support Michael Tina

    (@mikes41720)

    Hi,

    Could you confirm if you are using the latest version of WordPress 5.6, Yoast SEO for WordPress 15.5, the latest versions of your themes and plugins, and meeting the necessary plugin requirements?

    We’re not sure why the posts are showing on your live site but don’t on your test site. Do they both have the same plugins and themes activated?

    Just to be sure, we would like to rule out any plugin or theme conflicts that may occur. The fastest way to do this is to deactivate all non-Yoast plugins and switch to a standard theme like Twenty Nineteen

    Test this on your development or staging site, if you have one. If not, we recommend using the Health Check & Troubleshooting plugin. This plugin allows you to run a conflict check without affecting normal visitors to your site.

    As we can imagine that you’re unfamiliar with checking for conflicts, we’d like to point you to a step-by-step guide that will walk you through the process: How to check for plugin conflicts.

    Thread Starter arconsulting

    (@arconsulting)

    Thanks for your reply. I just updated from WordPress to 5.6 and Yoast 15.5 (just installed today).

    I actually installed Yoast on the live site and the posts disappeared so I uninstalled that they came back. I did the same on the test site and had the same results. I was just showing you what it looks like without Yoast installed and with it installed. So now the live site doesn’t have Yoast installed and the test does.

    Didn’t mean to be confusing. I understand how to check for conflicts. I just thought you might have some suggestions. I have identified that it is definitely Yoast in conflict with the theme.

    Plugin Support Michael Tina

    (@mikes41720)

    Hi,

    Just to clarify, on the live site, with only the Yoast SEO for WordPress 15.5 plugin activated, and your chosen theme, the posts columns in the middle fails to show? But when deactivating the Yoast SEO plugin, the posts then appear? Which theme are you currently using?

    If you are indeed able to reproduce it, we would then recommend filing a bug report to the theme developer, as well as creating a bug report for our team, as having both teams on this would help get resolution on the issue — https://yoast.com/help/how-to-check-for-plugin-conflicts/#results

    Thread Starter arconsulting

    (@arconsulting)

    Hi there,

    We are using https://oceanwp.org/.

    I just uninstalled all plugins on the test site, except for the Yoast SEO plugin to confirm the conflict is definitely with the theme. Sure enough, the results are the same.

    Thanks for your time. I will report the bug.

    Thread Starter arconsulting

    (@arconsulting)

    Hi there,

    Actually it conflicts with my child theme. I switched it to the actual theme and it works. I had to do some special things to get that page to work the way they wanted it to work. With an intro and a concluding section. Must be me!

    Plugin Support devnihil

    (@devnihil)

    @arconsulting Thanks for your reply and for doing the additional testing.

    If the issue is only occurring with your child theme and Yoast SEO active, it’s likely something specific to that or the functions.php file.

    Unfortunately, we can’t really assist with an issue related to custom coding since we don’t want to take the risk that we break your website by suggesting incorrect or incomplete code, we cannot advise you on how to make such changes. Maybe someone watching these forums can assist you further, but if your topic is inactive for 7 days, we’ll mark it as resolved to keep the overview.

    Thank you for your understanding.

    Thread Starter arconsulting

    (@arconsulting)

    Actually, please don’t worry about that. I have it installed on a test site and won’t roll out until it is working. Please, if you have a suggestion, I take full responsibility. Once again, it was just the one page not working and I will test on test site first.

    Thread Starter arconsulting

    (@arconsulting)

    I am in the process of resolving it. Turned out it was a piece of code I wrote that was the problem. Just figuring out the last little bit. Using has_category wordpress function instead of in_category function.

    Thanks again,
    Andrea

    Plugin Support devnihil

    (@devnihil)

    @arconsulting Thanks for your reply, and for confirming that you were able to find the cause of the issue. Please let us know if you require any further assistance.

    Plugin Support devnihil

    (@devnihil)

    We are going ahead and marking this issue as resolved due to inactivity. If you require any further assistance please create a new issue.

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