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vertical dropdown menu error

  • sharmeen
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    @sharmeen

    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?)

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  • 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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