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Weird categories widget appearing within all sub-nav pages

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Has anyone encountered the problem where a blank widget with the title of the main category is appearing in the pages for all sub-categories? This wasn't happening before but now I can't get rid of it. The widget even appears over the default WHP widget for the welcome message feature -- clearly this isn't supposed to be happening. Thanks, Jason

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Hi Jason, Looks like a bug in the categories where the grandchild nav thinks it is a page (its now ticketed). to fix: change the first line in `_grandchild_nav.php` in your library folder to: `<?php if(!is_category() && ($post->post_parent && wp_list_pages("title_li=&child_of=".$post->ID."&echo=0") || count($post->ancestors)>=2)):?>`

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Andrew: I found the line within the _grandchild_nav_pro.php file, I assume this is the correct one? I made the change via the administrator interface in wordpress (Appearance-->Editor). The problem still persists on my website even after this change however.

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i disabled and re-enabled all plugins and the issue somehow resolved itself. curious what happened now, but whatever it was is now apparently taken care of!

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Jason, Please provide a link with your posts so the rest of the Pagelines community can see what you're talking about. Thanks! Robbin

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robin, please see my previous post as it's been resolved. it was due to a malfunctioning plugin, though not sure which (ie, not a pageline or theme issue). thank you though. best, jason

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