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  1. I can’t get to the theme settings page. Getting a load redirect error. Both in Chrome and Firefox. using WP 2.9 beta 2.

  2. Kyle D

    Just a couple of notes, as I didn’t have too much time to play with it. Mostly everything looks good except:

    1) Breadcrumbs styling:

    The last item in the breadcrumbs list seems to be missing the surrounding it.

    I will note that I have:

    add_filter( 'breadcrumb_trail_args', 'custom_breadcrumb_args' );
    
    function custom_breadcrumb_args( $args = '') {
    	$args['before'] = '';
    	$args['separator'] = '';
    	$args['front_page'] = false;
    	return $args;
    }

    in my functions.php – although removing it didn’t seem to matter. Also – the breadcrumbs appear on my home/front page in the new version, but not in the old one. I checked and they’re not being hidden with css or anything in the old version, and I didn’t see anything adding or removing them in my functions.php.

    2) (Like David) I also can’t get to:

    /wp-admin/themes.php?page=theme-settings

    I noticed in 0.6.2 the link is for:

    /wp-admin/themes.php?page=theme-settings.php

    I tried going to the latter link in 0.7 but get the same error:

    “Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete.”

    3) get_the_image size is wrong for some items. This is because .single is no longer part of the body class. I could either add this back into my body tags, or adopt singular. Think I’ll do the latter.

    That is it for now. Let me know if you’d like me to expand on anything else.


    1. The theme settings page should work now as well as the breadcrumbs on the front page. The .single class is likely to stay removed. I’ll explain more about that particular change in the release post.

      The last item in the breadcrumbs list seems to be missing the [?] surrounding it.

      You have to surround your code in the <code> tag and properly escape entities for your code to appear in comments. Something seems to be missing.

      1. Kyle D

        Sorry Justin,

        The last item in the breadcrumb trail is missing the trail-end span:

        Last Item
      2. Kyle D

        Curses, well code didn’t seem to work, so I’ll use square brackets instead:

        [span class='trail-end']Last Item[/span]


  3. I’m getting
    Fatal error: Call to undefined function add_theme_support() in /home/nisarg29/public_html/pnk/blog/wp-content/themes/hybrid/library/extensions/get-the-image.php on line 21


    1. This is a WordPress 2.9 function. It should be working fine if you’re running the latest version of trunk.


      1. Ah…. that must be it. I upgraded, but my footer still shows 2.8.6 I think the beta tester upgrade is broken and no upgrade happened….? Doing it manually now. Will report back.


  4. Can’t edit, so…

    I can see that others have it working and I don’t. The only thing I think I have different from others is likely to be that my testing blog is in a different directory than the wordpress install. (by moving index.php and .htaccess like described in wordpress)

    The 2.9 install seems to be working fine, but I’ll check on their forums too.


  5. Yep. Had to upload the wordpress and run upgrade. Had installed the beta tester plugin and it said upgraded, but it hadn’t actually.

    Everything seems to be working now.

    Sorry ’bout the bother.


  6. All working fine with Child Themes :))

    1. Kyle D

      Good catch. Not working for me either. After perusing the Hybrid code, I changed the add filter line to:

      add_filter( 'hybrid_document_title', 'custom_title',22 );

      and it is now working for me.

    2. Kyle D

      Sorry, I guess to keep it relevant for your code the add filter line should be:

      add_filter( ‘hybrid_document_title’, ‘my_title’,22 );

  7. @Everyone

    I like that you all are participating here in the beta testing, but if you’re going to post code, I encourage you to read Writing Code In WordPress. It’ll be something useful to learn anyway, especially since we’re all using WordPress.

    1. Kyle D

      Sorry for my messed up comments. A preview button might be handy. There’s two issues for me.

      1) WordPress seems to handle code a little differently than the forum does – but the two look similar enough that I forget the differences.

      2) A lot of blogs seem to have plugins that handle code, so what works on one site won’t work on the next. Will do my best to escape entities, etc. in the future.

  8. Jan Egbert

    default_image argument in Get The Image does not work in my testing environment.

    I tried this:

     array( 'Thumbnail' ), 'default_size' => 'thumbnail', 'default_image' => get_bloginfo( 'stylesheet_directory' ) . 'images/default.gif' ) );?>

    I also tried using the hardcoded imagepath. But none of the used methods work.

    @ Justin, sorry for messing up my previous comment. Delete is as you wish.

  9. baiheinet

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_post_image_id() in /home/kedounet/public_html/wp-content/themes/hybrid/library/extensions/get-the-image.php on line 149


    1. WordPress just made a change to how images work, so there’s an issue with this right now.

  10. rschilt

    I’m salivating and wagging my tail… bring on 0.7b3!!!

    R


  11. hi justin,

    I am starting a new project and as ususal tempted to use Hybrid. Since this is a from scratch website, I would like to try out WordPress 2.9 live on this site with hybrid 0.7.

    My worry is that, even though the child themes are forward looking, does any identifiers will change/removed causing it to break the theme? Or i can confidently style my child themes and not worry of parent hybrid shifting from 0.6 based on wordpress 2.8.6 to hybrid 0.7 based on wordpress 2.9.

    Appreciate your effort to keep development at such a pace. Many thanks.

    TJ


    1. There shouldn’t be any trouble. All of the child themes I’ve tested work just fine with the new version.


  12. getting this error in hybrid news…

    `Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_post_image_id() in D:\hosting\member\themeweaver\acrazychameleon\terra\wp-content\themes\hybrid\library\extensions\get-the-image.php on line 149
    PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_post_image_id() in D:\hosting\member\themeweaver\acrazychameleon\terra\wp-content\themes\hybrid\library\extensions\get-the-image.php on line 149 `

  13. Bryan Hoffman

    Not sure if this is a ‘bug’ but it looks like you’ve taken the `post-title` class off of the multiple entry post page. The `entry-title` class is still there, however.

    1. Bryan Hoffman

      I probably should explain further that both of these classes were on the multiple entry page “’s in the previous version.

      1. Bryan Hoffman

        Hmm… coding is different here on the blog from the forums…

        The classes were on the <h2>‘s…


    2. It was actually a bug in the previous releases. The post-title class should have only been showing on singular post views. I only recently caught the problem.

  14. thinkjayant

    WordPress 2.9 is out…. yeppie.. Awaiting Hybrid 0.7….. :)


  15. I’m looking forward to seeing the new Hybrid Framework :) Just had a poke under the hood of this new beta theme and everything looks pretty slick.

  16. KenVerburg

    I tried it out on my local MAMP installation of WordPress 2.9 final (before that I used 2.8.6 with Hybrid 0.6.2) and 0.7 beta 2 only shows an empty page for anything above the top level for me (it will show the home page). I used the Hybrid 0.7 beta 2 downloaded from the site with no changes. I also tried disabling all plugins, but that didn’t make a difference.

    The WordPress default theme will show the category page and the single post so it must be something related to Hybrid 0.7. I did have some stuff in the Hybrid Hooks plugin that seems to be gone, but since the plugin is now disabled it should not have any effect.

    The only thing being shown on the category or single post page is the html and head tags, the title and body tags are loaded, but immediately escaped (title/ and body/).

    1. Kyle D

      What does your PHP error log say?

      1. KenVerburg

        Ah, good one, had not thought of looking into the error log:

        [19-Dec-2009 18:35:38] PHP Fatal error: Call to a member function get() on a non-object in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/digitalefotografietipsv3/wp-includes/cache.php on line 93
        [19-Dec-2009 18:38:49] PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 14400 bytes) in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/digitalefotografietipsv3/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 791

        Depending on if it’s a category page or a single post I get different errors:

        [19-Dec-2009 18:42:34] PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 14400 bytes) in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/digitalefotografietipsv3/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 791
        [19-Dec-2009 18:49:00] PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 14400 bytes) in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/digitalefotografietipsv3/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 791
        [19-Dec-2009 18:56:54] PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 920 bytes) in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/digitalefotografietipsv3/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 325
        [20-Dec-2009 14:18:44] PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 1140 bytes) in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/digitalefotografietipsv3/wp-includes/taxonomy.php on line 77
        [20-Dec-2009 14:19:38] PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 14400 bytes) in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/digitalefotografietipsv3/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 791


  17. Hi
    I’m testing and as i see the “by line” lang is not translateable :)

    I keep looking for bugs

  18. Jamesict

    Same error here too. Running 2.9 and then upgraded to 0.7 beta [using Hybrid News child theme] and received this error message. No problems until upgrade to 0.7 beta

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_post_image_id() in /home/*****/public_html/wp-content/themes/hybrid/library/extensions/get-the-image.php on line 149

    Went back to Hybrid 0.6.2 and all works as it should.

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