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Performance: Cornell blog theme named "Responsive"

Last Updated:
2014-04-09 00:00:00
Event:
2014-04-07 00:00:00
Status:
Closed
Brief Description:
Cornell Blogs
User Impact:
N/A
Workaround:
There is no workaround for this issue
Current Status:
N/A
Services Affected:
Full Description:
A recent change has caused the Cornell blog (blogs.cornell.edu) theme named "Responsive" to override customer-defined static home page settings, causing sites using the theme to revert to its default home page design.\n\nThis issue ONLY affects the theme titled "Responsive."



Timeline of Changes

Description Current Status Date Time
Edublogs provided a list of people who are using the theme named "Responsive." \n\nThere is no way for us to tell if those users did or did not want to use the static home page option, so we sent those people using the theme a notice requesting that they check the blog themselves.\n\nBlog names were provided to users, so they know exactly which of their blogs need to be checked, just in case they have more than one blog.\n\nThank you! Edublogs provided a list of people who are using the theme named "Responsive." \n\nThere is no way for us to tell if those users did or did not want to use the static home page option, so we sent those people using the theme a notice requesting that they check the blog themselves.\n\nBlog names were provided to users, so they know exactly which of their blogs need to be checked, just in case they have more than one blog.\n\nThank you! 2014-04-09 00:00:00
We have requested an update from Edublogs, but have yet to hear back. We’ll let you know as soon as we know how they intend to resolve the issue. In the meantime, it is possible for blog owners who are using the theme named “Responsive” to fix their own home page, if they prefer not to wait.\n\nLog into your blog:\n(1) Click Appearance > Theme Options > Home Page.\n(2) Next to "Enable Custom Front Page," UNCHECK "Overrides the WordPress front page option."\n(3) Click Save Options.\n\nThank you for your patience! We have requested an update from Edublogs, but have yet to hear back. We’ll let you know as soon as we know how they intend to resolve the issue. In the meantime, it is possible for blog owners who are using the theme named “Responsive” to fix their own home page, if they prefer not to wait.\n\nLog into your blog:\n(1) Click Appearance > Theme Options > Home Page.\n(2) Next to "Enable Custom Front Page," UNCHECK "Overrides the WordPress front page option."\n(3) Click Save Options.\n\nThank you for your patience! 2014-04-08 00:00:00
Edublogs is pulling a list of affected sites and will have it ready tomorrow, Tuesday, April 8, 2014. We are working with Edublogs to try and coordinate an automated fix. Edublogs is pulling a list of affected sites and will have it ready tomorrow, Tuesday, April 8, 2014. We are working with Edublogs to try and coordinate an automated fix. 2014-04-07 00:00:00
Edublogs is pulling a list of affected sites and will have it ready tomorrow, Tuesday, April 8, 2014. We are working with Edublogs to try and coordinate an automated fix.\n\nBlog owners using the theme named "Responsive" can fix the issue on their own, if they prefer not to wait for the fix to be implemented:\n\nLog into your blog:\n(1) Click Appearance > Theme Options > Home Page.\n(2) Next to "Enable Custom Front Page," UNCHECK "Overrides the WordPress front page option."\n(3) Click Save Options.\n Edublogs is pulling a list of affected sites and will have it ready tomorrow, Tuesday, April 8, 2014. We are working with Edublogs to try and coordinate an automated fix.\n\nBlog owners using the theme named "Responsive" can fix the issue on their own, if they prefer not to wait for the fix to be implemented:\n\nLog into your blog:\n(1) Click Appearance > Theme Options > Home Page.\n(2) Next to "Enable Custom Front Page," UNCHECK "Overrides the WordPress front page option."\n(3) Click Save Options.\n 2014-04-07 00:00:00