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This is a misunderstanding: I don’t want the side bar. I want to see the actual posts…
Thanks for your reply, Dave.
When doing what you suggested the header image becomes visible (as intended), but the list of posts (from all categories) is gone. How can I get it back?
For the time being, I added the block “Post Grid” from Gutenberg “Essential Blocks” collection. This also looks nice, but different from what we know from the category pages that come with “Adventure” theme.August 15, 2023 at 11:37 pm in reply to: Issues with theme “Adventure” (version: pro6.0) and PHP 8.0 #207101
Today, I upgraded the “Adventure” theme on our website with the most recent update (August 2023). Unfortunately, the issue described above persists: As soon as I switch the PHP version on our web server from 7.4 to 8.00 our website stops displaying our actual content and instead reverts to the sample content of “Adventure” theme.
Given the security incident I reported in May (see above), I don’t want to grant you admin rights again. Could you please give me a hint on how I can troubleshoot this myself? How would you check what’s going wrong? I understand that “Adventure” theme (v6.0) should already be compatible with PHP 8.0.
Thanks in advance for your feedback!May 13, 2023 at 11:09 pm in reply to: Issues with theme “Adventure” (version: pro6.0) and PHP 8.0 #205403
Hi Dave, please check if your mainbox has been compromised: Today, I received notification e-mails from our WordPress site telling me, that passwordes changes had been performed for all three of our WP Admin accounts. As none of our team has worked on the site today, it is possible that the admin account that I created for you earlier (user name “skt”) was used for this attack. I deleted that one after the incident.
When we last communicated in this thread, I didn’t hand over admin credentials for our cPanel for security concerns. Right now, I’m glad I didn’t…April 5, 2023 at 5:18 pm in reply to: Issues with theme “Adventure” (version: pro6.0) and PHP 8.0 #204744
Hi Dave! Done, I created an admin account for you and just sent the credentials via e-mail.March 9, 2023 at 11:05 pm in reply to: Issues with theme “Adventure” (version: pro6.0) and PHP 8.0 #204217
Hi Dave! Unfortunately, clearing my browser cache didn’t resolve the issue.
To avoid caching issues, we even have the “reBusted!” plugin in use, which should make sure that any updated files are reloaded from the server (thus circumventing the users’ browser cache). The issue I described above exists both with this plugin active and also when it is deactivated.
How else could this be resolved?March 8, 2023 at 10:54 pm in reply to: Issues with theme “Adventure” (version: pro6.0) and PHP 8.0 #204167
Hi Dave, the URL is https://www.owkdieburg.de/
Screenshots of our site here:
One screenshot shows the site under PHP 7.4 (working correctly) and one under PHP 8.0 (only showing demo content).
Thanks for confirming, Dave!
I’ll purchase the new version and update our site. 🙂
This ticket/topic can be closed.
Hi Dave, just for clarification: The version of theme “Adventure” that was published in January 2023 is indeed PHP 8.0 compliant. Could you please confirm?
Hi Dave, thanks for your reply. So, there is a PHP 8.0 compliant version of our theme, but I currently don’t have access to this update. Correct? Or did you mean that my question will only be answered after re-purchasing the theme(s)?
Thank you very much, Brad!
This ticket can be closed, as the issue is solved. 🙂
in this screenshot I highlighted the place where we’d like to display the respective post’s publishing date:
The date format should be dd. MMMM YYYY (e.g. 28. September 2022).
Could you help me to implement this? Thanks a lot! 🙂