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maikeningvordsen    0
maikeningvordsen

I have a problem with some of my sites using Pagelines. The website's title in the browser ends with Page: 1. Se for example my website: http://sowhatcopenhagen.dk. This does not look good!

I have the same problem here: http://www.janrordam.com

I got a reply from your supporters that it could be plugin related.

But when I installed the perfectly same website setup here: http://janrordam.dk

and tjecked plugin by plugin - it's not happening.

Can you please help.

Best, Maiken Ingvordsen

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Simon    247
Simon

The first site is running an old 'free' version of PageLines.

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James B    436
James B

Check that you've no 'previous' versions of that page left as a draft, unpublished or waiting to be trashed etc.


Kindly search the forum and read the documentation before posting. It will help you resolve many issues.

For CSS help be sure to check out W3Schools first and be sure to download FireBug for FireFox for troubleshooting.

James B

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maikeningvordsen    0
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This site: http://sowhatcopenhagen.dk has now unpublished pages or trashed pages. When I go to Settings > General, I can see that something is wrong. The browser displays Site Title. Then it should show the Tagline, but instead it shows Start + Page: 1. This must have some connection...

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Simon    247
Simon

The latest version is 2.3.5, please update 1st.

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maikeningvordsen    0
maikeningvordsen

Problem almost solved... On my own website (uses Pagelines Framework) - it helped to update. On www.janrordam.com - I updated the free Pagelines version to

It still says "Jan Rørdam | Home | Page: 1" on the site title. Is this a bug in the free version? It simply replaces the tagline with the "Home | Page: 1"

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Simon    247
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The fix will also be in 1.3.0 of the 'lite' version, its always behind the main release version.

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