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  • Resolved ronimarin

    (@ronimarin)


    CASE:
    – Categories are in the DB.
    – Dashboard shows correct number of categories.
    – No child categories are shown on website.
    – No child and some top categories are shown in “Categories” dashboard, just paging for a correct number of categories that are in DB…

    WP v3.0, site: welcome-to-croatia.com

    One more clue: categories are listed on the edit and create post / page admin pages.

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  • In a lot of cases, categories without any posts in them are not shown by default. Are the categories that you can’t see populated with posts?

    There are posts in those categories, and when viewing posts, they are listed under categories assigned!

    Everything looks fine in DB, but child categories are just not showing up on frontend category menu. And in backend they do not show in category listing (some do, but most don’t), but the paging for correct number of categories is shown. When creating posts, I see all the categories…

    I’m totally lost here!

    I tried all ordinary measures such as disabling plugins and such, but none with any luck.

    If you check for example top category Croatia ( http://welcome-to-croatia.com/holiday-news/croatia/ ) You will see that posts show sub categories they are assigned to…

    I’m starting to feel desperate! I see more people having the same or simmilar problem, but can not find a solution. Any hints, or pointers…

    I see a lot of people having this problem, and no solution. Some have resolved it by reverting to 2.9.2, but I really would like to solve it for v3.0…

    Any tips?!?!

    Found a solution… accidently 😉

    Used Categories and Tags Converter to convert one of the tags that is also category to category, and that solved all of categories and now everything is fine !?!?

    It’s a wordpress.org official plugin http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wpcat2tag-importer/

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