December 14, 2016 at 7:14 pm #197595
Hey guy's, I'm setting up Infinity Pro using the demo content imported using the XML file.
I've only set up 3 of the 'Infinity Team' Genesis - Featured Page widgets so far, as per the instructions (the demo uses 8). On the home page, they appear as expected (minus the images of course, which are not supplied). The names and titles/position appear on hover, as expected.
However, when I click on the blank images, it links to the corresponding page for the team member, but the page is blank. OK, I go into pages and look for the first page 'Paige Stevens', it's there and when I open it up to edit it, I can see all of the info as per the demo. Click on preview to view the page and it shows blank....... They all do. What am I missing?
PaulDecember 14, 2016 at 11:48 pm #197599
Further to this, even when I create a new page with the default template and fill it with random text, publish it, then visit the page, it's blank.
Even the "Sample" page appears blank when visited. It shows the site title (LH Top), and the RH sidebar (Search, Recent Posts, Recent Comments, Archives, Categories, Meta). This is despite the radio button 'Default Layout set in Theme Settings' - being Checked and the default set in Genesis/Theme Settings being set to 'Full Width'.December 14, 2016 at 11:58 pm #197600
I just created a brand new site on my local machine (Desktop Server) with the same setup; Genesis 2.4.2, WP 4.7, and Infinity Pro 1.0.0. Installed the required plugins, all fresh downloads. Imported the XML file as instructed using the WordPress Importer.
I get a PHP error message, the same message a dozen times -
Notice: wp_get_http is deprecated since version 4.4.0! Use WP_Http instead. In /Users/pc/documents/websites/www.infinity.dev/wp-includes/functions.php on line 3783
I took a screenshot but I can't see how to attach it.
I ignored the warning and proceeded to follow the setup instructions; same issues as reported above.December 16, 2016 at 5:26 am #197676Victor FontModerator
Your PHP environment is set to display warning messages. This can be turned off. This article can help: https://www.binarytemplar.com/disable-php-warnings-and-errors-in-wordpress/
December 18, 2016 at 4:57 pm #197784
Thanks Victor, I have debug enabled on purpose.
Turns out that the WordPress-Importer plugin is using the deprecated function.December 18, 2016 at 5:01 pm #197787
Also, in case anyone else is having issues with blank pages, it seems that WooCommerce or Genesis-Connect-WooCommerce is causing this problem.
When setting up the theme I installed and activated both plugins, but chose to do the 5 minute WooCommerce setup later. Out of curiosity (and probably a little desperation), I decided to complete the 5 minute setup. Bingo, now the pages all display as expected.
Anyone care to comment?December 19, 2016 at 7:19 am #197824Victor FontModeratorDecember 19, 2016 at 4:14 pm #197837
Thanks Victor, if it's a known result, then it should be noted in the "Pre-installation Setup" instructions.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you will be using WooCommerce, you must activate the WooCommerce plugin before activating the Genesis Connect for WooCommerce plugin.
There's no mention of completing the "Setup Wizard" before going ahead to load demo content, configure the theme, widgets, menus etc. WooCommerce integration is way down the list after all of this work is done.
I'll send a message to support and recommend an update to the instructions.
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