Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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What is a PHP notice?
Actually...the PHP notices are entries in the server logs indicating code that has been deprecated, or otherwise may not play nice with other functions. Some of these older themes throw many notices, which cause logs to grow exponentially.
Periodically, we will delete these themes which will cause any blogs using that theme to no longer display properly. No content is ever in danger of being deleted, and selecting a different theme will restore the site.
4 April 2019
I get it. Thank you!
My Beautiful Beloved Brownie was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma on February 26, 2019. With all odds against him he lived an additional one year and eight days with amputation, love, and prayer. I was honored to be his mom, and I have never been so proud! He will live forever in my Heart!
04/01/2007 - 03/05/2020
13 March 2010
Speaking of blog themes, I just visited Wyatts and the display was messed up. This also happened to me the other day with Codie's blog, exact same thing. Hers is using the 2016 default theme, I think Wyatt's is too? It is definitely sporadic bc Codie's has been fine the last 2 times I looked (including today). Any ideas Admin Guy?
Any ideas Admin Guy?
Yeah, it was a caching thing. Thanks for the heads up!
If you notice it again on CR's blog, hot the "Clear Cache" button on the Hummingbird page in your dashboard.
18 October 2009
Both Maggie's and Elly's blogs had messed up displays when I looked at them today. I did the clear cache button on hummingbird page and it fixed both.
Just reporting if you are keeping track.
I did the clear cache button on hummingbird page and it fixed both...
There is something going on with that particular theme – not throwing errors, just losing its assets.
HIIIII!!!! I was logging in to post an update on Charles's blog and am running into problems. I figured that the theme I had on there had been deleted, so I picked a different theme, trying to find one where the formatting would hold when I previewed the page. The theme I selected is "twenty seventeen" and it is the closest I can get to holding the formatting when applied.
There are still a couple of weird things that happen though. 1. You have to scroll a ways down on the header image before the blog shows up. And 2. When I click to view the comments, the formatting becomes all wonky. I am having trouble getting the SEO thing to activate or update (I forget what it wants to do but I keep getting error messages when I click it to update). Maybe if/when I can get that to work, this problem will be fixed? I tried checking the blog on a different web browser and am having the same issues show up there.
Anyways, I am just a little puzzled and looking for help. Thank you!
still a couple of weird things that happen...
FYI: If you can view your site at all, the theme has not been deleted.
There is a caching issue going on with the default theme that may have caused your initial concern. And cache should always be cleared whenever switching themes. This is done from the Hummingbird tab in the dashboard. We've taken care of that for you, and your site is rendering as expected – looks great!
You can disregard any SEO notifications, that would be unrelated to any browser caching.