Upgraded Graphene theme yesterday. Now, every single page and post on my site is replaced with a fatal error message.
All pages contain this error message:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function graphene_parent_return_link() in D:Hosting3033768htmlblogwp-contentthemesgrapheneloop-page.php on line 6
All posts contain this error message:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function graphene_post_nav() in D:Hosting3033768htmlblogwp-contentthemesgrapheneloop-single.php on line 30
Looks like perhaps the answer is two quick fixes but I have no idea what these two messages mean or how to fix them.Admin
Ah – that did it. However, now my Social Icons are all gone except the RSS feed.
No biggie to fix those.
BTW – I love this theme. Thank you for creating it. I’ve done quite a bit of customization so whenever
a new version comes out I’m always hesitant to upgrade. What are the customizations that are most
likely to be impacted by an upgrade. I keep all of them documented yet I’m sure one day I’ll let one slip.ModQuote:What are the customizations that are most likely to be impacted by an upgrade.
As long as you make customisations via a child theme or the theme options, you shouldn’t lose any. However, you can export the theme options before upgrading, just in case. If anything goes awry, you can import them back into the theme.Quote:I keep all of them documented
Always a good idea.
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