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podPress entries not loading in posts 8.8.10.13

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  • Plugin Author ntm

    @ntm

    The podPress elements don’t show up in the single post views of the posts which does not seem to have content. For instance: http://galenaparkcog7.org/remember/ this post has no (visible) content.
    This post has a picture and a sentence (content besides the podPress attachment): http://galenaparkcog7.org/angels-and-demons-2/

    It is possible that his is an issue of the Permalink scheme you are using.
    Posts like http://galenaparkcog7.org/remember/ or http://galenaparkcog7.org/worship/ have also a little bit different structure. For isntance elements like “< previous post” or “next post >” are missing. Furthermore if you look into the source code of these pages then you will see as content a line like this:
    <p class="attachment"><a href='http://galenaparkcog7.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Worship.mp3' title='Worship'>Worship</a></p>
    and this could be code which WP produces if visit a attachment page and a theme has no special attachment.php.
    It seems that you have uploaded the media files through the media uploader of WP. If you do that or in general if a file is registered in the media library of a blog then it gets its own ID and is reachable via an special URL like http://galenaparkcog7.org/?attachment_id=1067. But you are using a non-default Permalink scheme which makes this attachment also reachable via an URL with its title e.g. http://galenaparkcog7.org/worship/.

    The problem seems to be that you have actually a post with the same title and this leads probably to the problem that if one clicks on the link on the main blog page to see the full posts he/she gets the attachment view and not the post.
    Please, try to rename the attachment title or the post title.

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