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Blog page shows a fatal error code WordPress



I purchased a WordPress theme and succeeded in customizing several pages. But now that I am trying to customize the blog page of this theme, here is the message that shows up:

<blockquote>Fatal error: Call to a member function get_queried_object() on a non-object in /home/mynamehere/public_html/demo/blog/wp-includes/query.php on line 43</blockquote>

This message prevents the WordPress dashboard banner to show up at the top of the page. Unlike other pages, the place where this banner should be is just blank (probably due to the fatal error code.)

What is it due to? How can I fix this?

I would rather like not to share my website's link in public so if anybody can help me that'd be neat ;)


Answers (3)


Luis Cordova answers:

check your query, use some echo or var_export commands to output something and check

the problem is not that but before, it should be simple

Patty75 comments:

I can locate the error but I can't find a way to fix it, that's my issue...

I'll keep trying but so far I can't figure it out on my own.

Thanks for replying

Luis Cordova comments:

hmm Patty can you post your code on github to check, we need to debug it, see the output where, to be able to work on it.

Luis Cordova comments:

basically the query is returning null so no results that is why it is trying to apply a method to a null

Patty75 comments:

Hey Luis,

sure, how can I do that?

Luis Cordova comments:

try or if you don't know it then try to paste your code more complete and send me a message with the link

Patty75 comments:

Ok doing this now - thank you!

Patty75 comments:

<strong>THANK YOU SO MUCH!</strong>

So happy now that I fixed this!

Have a fab day,

- Patty


Bogdan answers:

Send me your skype ID and install Team Viewer.

LE: Or send it here: [email protected]

Patty75 comments:

Contacted - thank you


Jurre Hanema answers:

Did you modify any Wordpress core files? As this is an error in a Wordpress core file, I suggest you try re-installing WP first.

Patty75 comments:

Re-installed the core files and it didn't work :/

I did a lot of customization on this theme so I'm hoping to find a solution that doesn't compromises the customized files.

Thanks for replying,

- Patty