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Bad static HOME page after upgrade 2.9 -> 3.0.3

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  • Started 3 years ago by Demitjev
  • Latest reply from em hr
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  1. Demitjev
    Member

    Helle everyone.

    After upgrade, i get a bad static HOMEPAGE. My site is set to "Static Frontpage", showing a page called "forside". After the above upgrade, the frontpage only shows the template "latin nonsense" content, from the "front-page.php" (from the Thematic Featuresite theme folder). I can try to change the static site to another page, but with the same result. :(

    I have been googeling all morning with no luck. Can anyone help me as I do not know what to do - it seems like it is of my own hands..

    The site is: susannepejstrup .dk

    Posted 3 years ago #
  2. doesn't look like latin non-sense to me... looks like danish to me. but i dont read danish so it could just as easily be Lorem ipsum in danish! but there is a woman's photo and some contact info so i am guessing it isn't lorem ipsum. maybe try clearing your cache?

    Posted 3 years ago #
  3. Demitjev
    Member

    Sorry for that! I can give you a screenshot, as the site is changed to standard thematic theme, due to damaged control :(
    http://susannepejstrup.dk/thematic_feature_messup.png

    And yes, the language is Danish :)

    The frontpage should look like: http://susannepejstrup.dk/

    I have tried vith serveral other themes and the all works perfect. I have tried to download thematic frameworks and using a backup of the featuresite, but nothing can fix the frontpage-issue.

    I've made a lot of design tweeks to the featuresite, so I would like to use that theme again ofcause.

    Posted 3 years ago #
  4. WordPress introduced a front-page.php template with WordPress 3.0 that will be displayed by default if you have a static front page set in the admin>settings>reading

    You most likely have a front-page.php template file in your child theme. remove or rename that template and it should correct itself.

    Posted 3 years ago #

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