I'm trying to use the standard code to put the post_info above entry titles:
//* Position post info above post title remove_action( 'genesis_entry_header', 'genesis_post_info', 12 ); add_action( 'genesis_entry_header', 'genesis_post_info', 9 );
Unfortunately, the result is that I now have that info both and above and below the title. So the add_action part is working, but for some reason the remove_action is not. I've been screwing around with this for an hour and I'm going nuts. Anyone else ever see this?http://news.agilysys.com/update
Okay, this gets weirder. NO remove_action commands are respected. What the...
I dealt with something similar recently too and IIRC in our case, it had to do with an
add_filter('genesis_post_info' ... statement being used in some conditionals on the front page. See if you've turned on that filter elsewhere; if so, trying using the remove_filter to turn it off.
Thanks! I had high hopes that was it, but I'm headed back to the head scratching...
Oh, this gets weirder. No "remove_action" is working anywhere. What could that possibly mean?
I seem to recall reading somewhere that genesis simple edits could produce similar behaviour in limited cases, but I don't think it would hamper ALL remove_actions.
I tested your code, and it works great on my setup. I'm running it from functions.php, that is, the typical way.
FYI, I have WP 3.9.1 and Genesis 2.1.2, and no hook plugins.
My guess would be that some plugin is now interfering, or depending on your set-up, some experimentation with priorities could be done.
Sorry that's not conclusive.
Dave Chu · Custom WordPress Developer – likes collaborating with Designers
Thanks, Dave. I'm going to try switching plugins off one at a time to see if that's the case. Coral Sea, that was our first thought as well, but we don't have Simple Edits installed on this site.
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