April 10, 2018 at 22:29 UTC - Views: 21 #54150
I recently upgraded from Weaver II to Weaver Xtreme (I know, it’s about time) but now the Titles at the top of my single blog pages have all disappeared.
I have checked all the settings everywhere and I am utterly stymied.
Here’s what I have done so far:
(1) Settings-Reading is set to Home Page: a static page; homepage: “home”, and Posts page: “—Select—“
(2) On all the individual posts, the Format is set to “Standard”
(3) On the “Edit Post” screen for all individual posts:
Nothing is checked on any of the options (Post Blog/Archive Options; Post Single Page Options; Misc. Options)
Under Custom Fields, nothing is checked.
Under Comments, nothing is checked
(4) On the Edit Page for the page where the blog excerpts go (called “Articles”) nothing is checked
(5) The “Articles” page correctly displays all the excerpts with the titles and a horizontal rule below the title (as I set it) but when you click on an article, no title appears.
(6) I tried creating a new post, but it behaves like all the others.
(7) I tried changing the title background color and title text colors to something bright to make sure they weren’t being blanched out. No dice.
(8) I looked everywhere and can’t find a setting to hide the title which may be inadvertently checked.
(9) I had a child theme running before I switched to the new Weaver Xtreme theme, so I looked for custom css code that might be set but can’t find anything.
The site is here: http://www.attorneytremblay.com
Any help you can give is sincerely appreciated!
MikeApril 11, 2018 at 03:28 UTC - Views: 22 #54153
You have a custom CSS rule that hides them
Not sure where you put it, but remove it, and eventually explain what you where trying to do with itApril 11, 2018 at 05:14 UTC - Views: 13 #54154
I think it is from the WordPress Custom CSS box – not Weaver’s.April 11, 2018 at 22:47 UTC - Views: 10 #54159
Wow, what an Easter-egg hunt that was.
I first went through the Editor and checked all the .css and .php files to see where that code might reside, and then after two cups of coffee, I gave up. But by that time, Weaver had posted, and I read his idea, and sure enough, there it was – I found it in the Customizer, Custom CSS, Additional CSS-WP Setting box.
Thank you two guys so much.
Things are back to normal.
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