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** General WordPress 5.0 / Gutenberg Issues **


If you have issues with the new Gutenberg / WordPress 5.0+ features please install the WordPress Classic Editor plugin for now: https://wordpress.org/plugins/classic-editor/

** WARNING Thesis Framework and WordPress 5.0 **


There are known issues with the Thesis framework and WordPress 5.0 if you don't install the Classic Editor plugin above BEFORE upgrading to WordPress 5.0 you may get locked out of your site - this is not a Themedy issue.

** Thesis 2.6+ Issues **


There seems to be a bug with the site title and tagline showing after upgrading to 2.6. Try adding this to your Thesis Custom CSS to fix for now: #site_title, #site_tagline {display: none;}

If you are upgrading any site from Thesis 2.3 or lower, the 2.4 upgrade steps below still apply before you can upgrade ANY version of Thesis 2.3 and earlier to ANY version of Thesis 2.4 or higher.

** Thesis 2.4 or Higher Upgrade Steps **


As Thesis 2.4+ is a major update we recommend backing up your site before attempting this upgrade. After the upgrade you may have to run this Thesis fix if your site design looks "out of sorts": http://diythemes.com/thesis/rtfm/boxes/fix-css/

IMPORTANT: When you run the Fix CSS box, check all 4 check-boxes / options it gives you before running.

If you are missing your header image still try these steps: http://diythemes.com/forums/showthread.php?108800-Header-Not-Displaying-After-Update-to-2.4 (or download the new version of your skin from here and delete and reinstall it - backup first just in case)

Also make sure you watch this great video to fix script issues: https://www.byobwebsite.com/08/using-thesis-theme/how-to-fix-scripts-in-thesis-2-4/

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Strange error in Richmond after site move

summer_brookssummer_brooks Lifetime Member
This is a continuation of the error posted here: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/toolbox-error-after-migration

Yes, the error seems to be in Richmond, in the themedy_save_pagetag_postdata function in themedy-metaboxes.php

If I change the conditional on line 33 (using get_post_type() instead) and attempt to update Menus, I get a different error:

"Notice: Undefined index: pagetag_name in /wp-content/themes/richmond/lib/functions/themedy-metaboxes.php on line 36"

The system I moved to is running PHP 5.3.29 by default, where I think the previous host was running 5.4.something by default, but changing that site to run 5.4 did not help at all.

I have a feeling there might be something odd going on with the definition of the Portfolio post type... it was defined in the previous theme, and I didn't change anything when I switched to Richmond to try to test out to see if I could even switch themes safely on the production site (I had to change one custom post type manually, switching away from a cart plugin to a cpt defined by the CPT UI plugin instead (so I wouldn't have to do this again if I switched themes a few years down the road).

Not sure where to proceed from here to look at more code to tweak.

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