Support » Plugin: Theme Blvd Layout Builder » Invalid Layout ID: The layout ID currently assigned to this page no longer exist

  • We are managing a site that uses Theme Blvd Layout Builder (as well as some of the other Theme Blvd plugins). Everything is up-to-date, both WordPress and plugins.

    Just recently (we believe), when we edit our pages that are assigned the “Custom Layout” template, it prints this error “Invalid Layout ID: The layout ID currently assigned to this page no longer exist”

    The issue seems to be that when we save a page with the Custom Layout template, the reference to the currently synced layout is deleted or something, which then throws the error.

    To fix this, we have to

    1. Go to edit the broken page.
    2. Unsync the current template – which says “Synced with Template: BROKEN_PAGE_TITLE”
    3. Select the correct layout instead
    4. Update the page.

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  • I suspect that the issue only began when we updated from version 2.0.9.6 to 2.1.1.

    2.1.0 seems to include some functionalities that could be related to this bug.

    Plugin Author Jason

    (@themeblvd)

    Hi,

    Layouts are saved based on the slug given to the custom post (i.e. the template). When editing a template, this is labeled to the user as the “Template ID” and can be changed at any time by the user. Occasionally people change this ID without realizing that it effects pages the template is saved to.

    So this message you’re seeing just means the incorrect slug for the template is saved to the page. You would edit the page, re-select the proper template, and save the page. That should fix it.

    In the future, please go through proper channels for support:

    http://themeblvd.com/support

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