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First, I'm on EE v2.3.1 using Structure v3.0

  1. I have a channel called "statics"
  2. The "statics" channel uses a field group called "statics_fields" which just has a textarea field called "body" in it.
  3. The "statics" channel uses a template group called "statics_templates" and by default uses "statics_templates/plain"
  4. Everything outside {exp:channel:entries} tag shows up, and nothing inside it does:


    {embed="template_html/header" body_class="about_bg"}
        {exp:structure:breadcrumb here_as_title="yes"}{/exp:structure:breadcrumb}
            {embed="template_html/left_nav"}
                    THIS SHOWS UP
                    {exp:channel:entries channel="statics"}
                        NOTHING IN HERE SHOWS UP
                        {title}
                        {body}
                    {/exp:channel:entries}
    {embed="template_html/footer"}


  • This happens for every new static page regardless of if it's in the "statics" channel.
  • Using Structure to move it under a new parent doesn't fix it.
  • Using Structure to move it up to it's own level without a parent also doesn't work.
  • No errors show up in the debug output.
  • No errors show up in the php error log.
  • The {exp:channel:entries} tag is not nested.

So the question, of course, is:

Why is this broken and how can I fix it?

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    Have you tried adding dynamic="no"?
    – Josh
    Jan 18 '14 at 0:26
  • Yes, I tried that. It doesn't change anything.
    – user2627
    Jan 22 '14 at 18:47
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As Josh suggests in the comments, give this a whirl:

{exp:channel:entries channel="statics" dynamic="no"}

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  • Sorry it took so long to answer, but no that doesn't work either. It changes nothing.
    – user2627
    Jan 22 '14 at 18:49
  • Try embedding the channel:entries loop in a different template and using {embed="..."} Mar 10 '14 at 19:07

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