I can’t seem to find any answers anywhere that help…
Ever since I upgraded to WP 3.8 I have not been able to create a new page. Posts work fine, but if I add a page or gallery, when you browse or view the page I receive this message:
Warning: preg_match() expects parameter 2 to be string, object given in /blog/wp-includes/post-template.php on line 199
Catchable fatal error: Object of class WP_Post could not be converted to string in /blog/wp-includes/post-template.php on line 217
I’ve changed the actual folder information but otherwise the message is verbatim.
I’ve found suggestions that the error is caused by JetPack, but they refer to a much older version. I have the latest version of JetPack but I have also tried deactivating it and completely uninstalling it. Both with no success.
I’ve also used the mySQLAdmin to repair the database and a number of other database related suggestions all with no success.
Finally, I have switched to the built-in TwentyFourteen theme and the problem goes away. I have since tried a number of other free themes to see if the problem crops up again and it only happend when I activate the Rhea theme.
So I re-downloaded the theme from my download page to see if there was a newer version and the error comes back. I’ve renamed the folder Rhea.old, uploaded the theme to a new Rhea folder and deleted the .old folder as well. Still have the error…
I love the theme and it does a great job with my site, but I’m getting desperate to get this back up and running.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Mike
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Hi Mike, welcome to ThemeForest, this is a general open forum. The appropriate support section for this item, if offered, can be found here.
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