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Broken Blog Page

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  • #2461

    I have updated Barely Corporate to the latest version. Whenever I go to the Blog page I receive this error:

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/realtime/public_html/wp-content/themes/barelycorporate/framework/frontend/functions/general.php on line 801

    No blog posts appear, just multiple instances of the error shown above. Before I updated to the latest version I received no warning, however no blog posts would appear either.

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  • #2474
    Jason Bobich


    For this warning to show, three things have to happen: (1) You’re on the WordPress homepage. (2) You have a custom layout set to show. (3) That custom layout either doesn’t exist or contains no elements.

    I have a feeling you’re just getting some options mixed up. Do you have a “posts page” set under Settings > Reading?

    If so, WordPress now treats this as the “homepage” and what you perceive as your homepage is actually the “frontpage” — And so when WordPress shows your “posts page” it’s using the theme’s homepage file and thus whatever you have set under Appearance > Theme Options > Content > Homepage will take effect there.

    If I have guessed correctly in what you’re trying to do, there are a couple things you could do to remedy the issue.

    Option 1: Go to Settings > Reading > Frontpage displays, and for your “posts page” make sure nothing is selected. Then, make sure your “Blog” page has the “Post List” page template applied.

    Option 2: Go to Appearance > Theme Options > Content > Homepage > Homepage Content and select “Posts”

    Note: When you do Option 2 in conjunction with a “Posts Page,” the page template selected on your Blog page becomes irrelevant as WordPress is no longer using page template files for that page.

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