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[resolved] Front Page HTML Missing (4 posts)

  1. jagesso
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    This is a very odd bug to describe, but at some point last week, our homepage lost some of its formatting and text. I am using Responsive 1.9.6.8 on WP 3.9.1.

    I use WordPress to identify a Page as our front page(assigned in Reading section). When the Page is not assigned to our front page, it looks just fine, but as soon as I assign it to the front page, I lose random HTML (confirmed in viewing the source code) from the Page output.

    What's odd is certain HTML and CSS markup is repeated on the page, and some of these repeated items are missing from the output.

    Further, this happens with any Page I set to the homepage, not just the one I want as the homepage.

    This is a hard bug to describe, and I have no clue where to start in terms of resolving it.

    I've tried going back in CSS and Page revisions, but nothing helps. This is a very high volume site, so hoping to correct it ASAP.

    When I view the source of the rendered pages, the missing HTML shows as missing lines.

    Here's an example of one section, where the same objects are repeated. All HTML shows in the WordPress Page. The Page looks great as long as it's not the Front Page. As soon as I set it to Front Page, HTML goes missing from the rendered output.

    *missing HTML line
    *missing HTML line
    <h3 class="make-money">How to make real money
    with real estate investing.</h3>
    *missing HTML line
    *missing HTML line
    </p>
    <h3>My rental properties and detailed numbers ></h3>
    <p>

    </div>
    <div class="gesso-stack" style="border-left: 20px solid #B9D48B;"></p>
    <h3>How to buy properties below market value ></h3>
    <p>

    </div>
    <div class="gesso-stack" style="border-left: 20px solid #8D2036;"></p>
    <h3>How to finance properties ></h3>
    <p>

    </div>
    <div class="gesso-stack" style="border-left: 20px solid #CE0A31;"></p>
    <h3>How to fix-and-flip houses and case studies ></h3>
    <p>

    </div>
    <div class="gesso-stack" style="border-left: 20px solid #D3E4C5;"></p>
    <h3>Becoming a successful real estate agent ></h3>
    <p>

    </div>
    </div>

  2. sharonmiranda
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    I'm wishing for both of our sakes that you had gotten an answer to this. I am experiencing the same issue. the <div> is being blocked.

  3. jagesso
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    It ended up being a plugin conflict. I had to go through and deactivate plugins one at a time. Ultimately, it ended up being one that provided auto-excertps of posts. Seems strange given that plugin wasn't active on the home page, but that resolved it for me.

  4. Herbert van-Vliet
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    An alternative solution would be to use .htaccess to redirect the url to page in normal view, so that WP (and the plugin) would think the page is requested in normal view, not "front page" view.

    As this is a server-side tweak, it would be hidden for your clients, including Analytics.

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