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  • RichardWPG

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    ffejmi

    (@ffejmi)

    Richard.

    Thanks but if you took a minute to actually look at my issue you’d see the link you sent me doesn’t help at all.

    My error log shows the following if it helps anyone:

    [10-Feb-2012 02:40:10 UTC] PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function the_title_parent()

    So I took it out and am now getting this error:

    [10-Feb-2012 03:00:56 UTC] PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function the_message()

    Hmm What plugins are you using? The errors don’t look like they are from core methods

    ffejmi

    (@ffejmi)

    I’ve tried turning on and off all the plugins. Currently only have 3 running.

    Collapsing Pages
    Dynamic Headers by Nicasio Design
    Google Analyticator

    Hmm Methods in the theme possibly I looked at a few other pages and they didn’t render very well. Also seemed to get a different result based on the page. If it’s not a plugin. It’s the theme.

    Tough because you didn’t build the theme. So harder to debug. See if the functions.php is possibly using a deprecated way of referencing or including a file. My first guess is that they were trying to use something even older than get_bloginfo() that has finally been removed from core.

    http://www.navislearning.com/professional-services/performance-and-productivity-coaching/

    ffejmi

    (@ffejmi)

    So that title on the right is now showing because I changed the title call to: <?php the_title(); ?>

    Now the error that is being thrown is: Call to undefined function the_message()

    ffejmi

    (@ffejmi)

    Ok so I can get the content to show in the right hand columns but not in the center. Thoughts?

    http://www.navislearning.com/about/exec-mgmt/

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