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  • Resolved Jonas Grumby


    Today I was editing a post and going back & forth between the user side and the admin, and suddenly I noticed that most of my page links are no longer displaying in the sidebar. My theme is Ahimsa. This is the code I’m using:

    <fieldset class='sidebarlist'>
            <legend><?php print $sectprefix; ?>Pages</legend>
    <li><a href="<?php echo get_option('home'); ?>/">Home</a></li>
            <?php wp_list_pages('title_li=&hierarchical=0'); ?>

    Only the Home link displays. I’ve checked the pages in the editor and they’re still there and marked public and published, etc. and I can see them if I click Preview. The really strange thing is that I have a client using the same theme and I put exactly the same code into her sidebar, and hers is displaying just fine.

    Any ideas?

    Database corruption maybe? Is there a check/repair tool?


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  • p.s. I’m trying wp-dbmanager now.

    Well, I like this plugin a lot and I’m really glad I’ve added it, but it didn’t solve the problem.

    As it turns out, it was caused by the Ultimate Noindex Nofollow plugin by Jonathan Kemp. I deactivated it, and the problem went away. Well, at least anyone who reads this thread may get some idea of how to work through a problem. The first thing to ask yourself is probably “has anything changed?”

    If anyone has ideas about how I can code that sidebar piece w/o the plugin interfering, I’d appreciate it.

    Thank you

    I just issued an update to the plugin that should fix it. Upgrade to 1.1.1 and let me know if it is still occurring. Thanks.

    All fixed. Works perfectly. Thanks.

    Hopefully some day I’ll have a custom plugin request and will be able to refer the job to you. You may remember that I’ve also got a client running your WP Users plugin, and now that I have added the wpu-user class to the site’s CSS everything is displaying exactly the way she wants it to. You seem to be a top-notch kind of guy. Your stuff is great. I’m promoting WordPress for CMS now and expect to be bringing in more and more of this type of work. I have a company right now that wants to redesign their 1100+ page static web site and I think I’m going to do it with WordPress.


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