Okay, I had an install of WP 2.9.2 on my site, updated with everything. On there I have a highly modified version of “WP Framework” theme (I was working on it to get my own theme). The breadcrumb navigation on there worked fine.
Then I update to 3.0. Now the Breadcrumb navigation on PAGES is not working. It works fine on posts, but not on the pages. See here:
The space in between the two red arrows at the top is SUPPOSED to be the Category (using the
<?php the_category(', '); ?>call to populate that section. On posts it works fine, as seen here:
This is how the entire breadcrumb navigation is supposed to work.
Oddly enough, it works on my other blog. Not here.
I’m thinking that it’s a theme problem, but I can’t understand why the function would work on one part and not another.
I have tried alternate themes, but I can’t find a theme that has breadcrumbs on pages. Any help would be appreciated.
Can I get some sort of help with this, even if it’s just “Man, that’s f***ed up!”
I want to know that people are at least reading it.
If you’ve modified the WP Framework theme extensively, then there’s not a lot anyone can say – other than there’s obviously a coding issue in the breadcrumb generation.
Okay, I tried different themes. When I use this code:
<div id="postpath"> <a title="<?php _e('Go to homepage'); ?>" href="<?php echo get_settings('home'); ?>/"><?php _e('Home'); ?></a><img src="/images/redarrow.png" /> <?php the_category(', '); ?> <img src="/images/redarrow.png" /> <?php the_title(); ?> </div>
I don’t have any category in the trail. I’ve tried it on three different themes, Default, a NEW unaltered install of WP-Framework and the modified theme, and it still doesn’t have the category on the pages.
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