Trying to track down a possible theme conflict
I’ve recently added a calendar plugin to a site that’s generating a broken post and I’m trying to track down where the conflict might be. I’m trying to eliminate if it’s conflicting with Barely Corporate (I love your themes and have never had that as a problem but wanted to check to be sure).
The plug-in works pretty seamlessly: there is a full calendar (grid style) that is added to a page via a shortcode, then a custom post type is used to generate a page that gives event details, and another that can provide more detail on the event’s venue.
The event detail page loads fine, however the event venue page, which I’m assuming uses essentially the same format, breaks the navigation layout (dropdown menus are split and no breadcrumb appears) as well as putting sidebar content below the page content. The weird thing is, I don’t have any sidebars/widgets configured to include the ones that show up on this page. This page should feature the same layout as the event detail page.
I’m not getting a great response from the plug-in folks and was hoping that, before they try to say there’s a conflict with the theme, you might be able to point me in the right direction. I’ve always appreciated how helpful you’ve been in offering support so I hope this isn’t barking up the wrong tree by checking to see if there’s anyway that Barely Corporate could factor in.
This is the event calendar display: http://www.cnhfoundation.org/event-calendar/
This is the event detail page(post), with the sidebar being the default right sidebar: http://www.cnhfoundation.org/events/event/circle-k-fall-training-conference/
This is the venue page, linked from “Old Oak Ranch” on the event detail page(post): http://www.cnhfoundation.org/events/venues/old-oak-ranch/
Thanks very much for any feedback you can give me!
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