I use AutoNav throughout my site for listing of static pages. On the majority of my site it is working properly. However, on one page half the images are incorrect, and on another two thumbnails refuse to display.
All of the featured images are fully shaded finished art pieces. The sketch and line art thumbnails showing are not listed or linked anywhere on those subpages, so I cannot for the life of me figure out how AutoNav is finding them, and even more confused that it’s finding images that are actually related to the intended image. In my blog, the sketch and line versions appear in conjunction with the finished art images, but not on the static subpages linked from my shop. The other subpages also have similar blog entries, and yet they are showing up fine.
I do use NextGen for most of my images, but the intended thumbnail images are all sourced from WordPress’s native media. I found that avoided a lot of problems when I initially set up AutoNav on my site.
I have tried resetting the thumbnails, and manually inputting the subpage_thumb custom field. I also checked Line 192 of autonav_wl.php, since it sounded like a very similar issue. None of the actions I took made any difference on the appearance of the page.
I think the problem started when I updated to the latest version of WordPress, because the thumbnails worked fine when I set up the page initially.
The other page that is giving me problems is http://sidneyeileen.com/shop/fine-art/animals/
There are two sub-pages which are refusing to show their thumbnails. The problem on this page started about two months ago. I had hoped it might resolve itself on update. I have tried resetting the featured image and manually setting the thumbnail, but I cannot get either of those pages to display a thumbnail. For the life of me, I have no idea what is different between these two subpages and the other subpages.
Thank you for any help.
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