I’m having an issue with the Testimonials plugin where it appears to have auto-created an archive-like page at /testimonials. However, I already have a /testimonials page created with content and a shortcode of [woothemes_testimonials limit=”10″] to display the testimonials. This page doesn’t even show up though – only the archive-like testimonials page.
Here is the testimonials page:
It has the same content as the following page and should show up exactly like the following, but doesn’t:
I’ve also submitted a couple of support tickets to WooThemes, but haven’t heard back from them yet.
Thanks for any assistance!
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