Following a recent upgrade to EE 2.6.1 I am having trouble with relationship navigation content showing up correctly here. The content in question is the right sidebar where is says: Sub Navigation.

Here is the code:

<!-- Subnavs -->                                                         
                        <div class="box"> 
                            <h2>Sub Navigation</h2>
                            <ul class="nav">
                                {exp:channel:entries channel="customer_services" orderby="entry_date" dynamic="off" sort="asc"}
                                {if parent_page=="0"}                   
                                        <a href="{title_permalink=customer-services}" title="{title}">{title}</a>
                                        {reverse_related_entries weblog="customer_services"}
                                            {if count==1}<ul>{/if}
                                            <li><a href="{title_permalink=customer-services}" title="{title}">{title}</a></li>
                                            {if count==total_results}</ul>{/if}

I would appreciate any guidance for getting this to display correctly.


2 Answers 2


Relationships were completely rewritten in EE 2.6, so your reverse_related_entries will no longer work unfortunately.

See http://ellislab.com/expressionengine/user-guide/modules/channel/relationships.html#tag-reference for updated documentation.

However the updater should have replaced your existing relationship tags with their equivalents.

  • The upgrade did not change it.
    – forrest
    Commented Jul 25, 2013 at 20:30

Instead of reverse_reated_entries, use the parents tag in 2.6. (Also, you're using weblog when you should be using channel).

{parents channel="customer_services" field="relationship_field_name"}
    {if parents:count == "1"}<ul>{/if}
    <li><a href="{parents:title_permalink="customer-services/index"}" title="{parents:title}">{parents:title}</a></li>
    {if parents:count == parents:total_results}</ul>{/if}
  • Hi Derek, I see the logic in the code you provided, however, when I implement it I get four different PHP errors related to: Undefined offset: 52, Filename: relationship_parser/Parser.php;
    – forrest
    Commented Jul 25, 2013 at 19:50
  • Perhaps you don't need the parents: prefix to the title_permalink tag. Try removing that. Commented Jul 25, 2013 at 21:07
  • Hi Derek, I still get the same error.
    – forrest
    Commented Jul 25, 2013 at 21:33
  • You mention four errors - do you have four entries? Commented Jul 25, 2013 at 22:18
  • There are only three entries in the section that have relationships.
    – forrest
    Commented Jul 26, 2013 at 16:32

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