Pages in Graphene after update are weird format
There’s no cacheing on the site and I installed the theme again as you suggested. Still the same issue.
However, I installed another theme so that visitors while I reinstalled wouldn’t notice a difference. The other theme also worked fine on the home page. When I checked accessing another page (such as the problem with graphene) it reported the theme directory missing.
Curious, I installed a third theme with exactly the same issue.
No idea myself why the home page would work in every case and then child pages not.
Looking around the web I cannot find other folk with this issue 🙁Admin
Some further things you can check:
- Are you using a child theme?
- Try looking in the
wp-contentfolder and see if there’s any folder related to caching.
- Check to see if your hosting has a server-side caching enabled. Certain hosts like GoDaddy have caching enabled by default to reduce load on the server.
- Check in the
wp-config.phpfile to see if there’s any line related to caching.
Alas no caching in the config file, as a directory in wp-content or in the cPanel (did a search on “cache” to see if there was anything – I use A2Hosting).
And the fact that new other themes were installed and their home pages worked but not other pages points to a mysterious difference between the home page and other pages – something has been set incorrectly somewhere.
The site was working fine until last week.
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