I have parent categories called ‘Collection’ and ‘Blog’ which appear on the top of my site as menu headers. And when you hover over ‘Collection’, a vertical dropdown menu appears showing its sub-categories. But when I click on one of the sub-categories, message says “Sorry, but you are looking for something that isn’t here.” But if I click on ‘Blog’ which does not have any sub-category (& therefore no vertical dropdown menu), it works fine. I have a feeling this has happened since I upgraded to wordpress 3.2.1. What does this message mean? Can someone please heeeeeelp??? How do I go back to a previous version? (I can’t remember what version I was using before though – any way to find this out?)
It’s the defalut error message to say that nothing has been found by the query sent to your database.
As for why it’s not working – that’s impossible to say without seeing your code. Usually your would be looking for a file called ‘taxonomy.php’, or if that does not exist ‘index.php’ – these are the templates that WordPress uses to display results to you.
I’d start by printing the query and trying to spot any errors in it –
<?php echo $wp_query->request; ?>
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