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I'm new to Studio Press so I apologize for all the questions. I'm simply trying to add a picture to my about page. I'm able to do it on the dashboard but the changes are not reflected on my website. Please help!
I did create it...can I fix that?
I honestly can’t remember how I created it. Should I delete and start over?
I'm not sure how you tell in the source code if it's actually a WP page or not; but to start really simply, sometimes, depending on what browser you're using, the page takes a while to refresh. I find when I use Chrome, I have to empty the cache and refresh the page before my changes show up, which is very annoying. This might be a kindergarten-level answer but I related to your question!
Thanks for the response Barbaradavis....I tried Firefox and it didn't work. I've emptied cache a few times on Chrome but it still isn't working 🙁
If you look at your page's source code in the browser, inspect the body class. What I see is this:
archive category category-about category-5 custom-header header-image header-full-width full-width-content archive-no-results
This tells me you are displaying a category archive and not a page. If you were displaying a page, the class would include a page id similar to page-id-34. The 34 would be the id WordPress assigned to to the page when you created it.
What's confusing about this is that categories are assigned to posts, not pages. Did you create an actual WordPress page named About, or did you create a post and assign it to a category named About? Or maybe, did you add the page to the menu incorrectly?
I'm afraid that if you don't know what you did to do this, then there's not much more that we can do to help. Troubleshooting this further requires access to the admin area of your site. That's the only way anyone will be able to figure out what you did.
Thanks so much for digging into this further. I have a temporary fix in place that's good enough for now. I truly appreciate your help as I figure all of this out!
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