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Simple Nav Showing ALL Pages

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Mark & Phil    7
Mark & Phil

Has anyone had this occur? http://iwhc.wpengine.com/?s=global seems to be showing all pages available inside the Simple Nav menus but only on the Search Results page. Go to any other page and you won't see it happening.





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Mark & Phil    7
Mark & Phil

Nevermind, we've fixed it. Its the plugin "Intuitive Custom Post Order" which seems to have some bad PHP.

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Danny    1,327

Thanks for informing us the issue has been resolved.

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