AutoNav content showing twice

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I have a standard AutoNav that has been added to the page defaults. When I edit it and preview, all is fine. When I save it and reload the page, the links from the nav are all shown twice:

*A* B C D E *A* B C D E

Where *A* is the current page.

Any thoughts on why this is happening? It doesn't matter if I use the standard template or a customized one.

SkyBlueSofa
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s2d replied on at Permalink Reply
s2d
Got a link to it we could take a look at?
SkyBlueSofa replied on at Permalink Reply
SkyBlueSofa
KateD,

I would send you a link, but it only occurs when I am logged in as an
admin. It works just fine for anonymous users.

Dave Rogers
Sky Blue Sofa Web Design
Simple and Affordable

Mobile: 309-738-3269
Email: connect@skybluesofa.com
Web:http://skybluesofa.com
Twitter: @skybluesofa


On 02/18/2012 02:00 PM, concrete5 Community wrote:
s2d replied on at Permalink Reply
s2d
Okay, a few more ideas, then...

What version are you working with? What edit zone types are you using for your autonav block?

Have you made any recent changes to the page type defaults for that page? Esp. removing one block, then putting a new one in the place of the removed one?

If anonymous visitors are not seeing the issue, it may be that your problem hasn't been fully published yet. Maybe just reverting that page to an earlier revision will fix it.
SkyBlueSofa replied on at Permalink Reply
SkyBlueSofa
I'm working with v5.5.1. Just upgraded the ProBlog package from
somewhere around v2 to v5. I'm sure that's the issue, but don't know
where to look.

Dave Rogers
Sky Blue Sofa Web Design
Simple and Affordable

Mobile: 309-738-3269
Email: connect@skybluesofa.com
Web:http://skybluesofa.com
Twitter: @skybluesofa


On 02/18/2012 02:37 PM, concrete5 Community wrote:
s2d replied on at Permalink Reply
s2d
According to the ProBlog info page, it has not been tested to work with 5.5 yet. That doesn't necessarily mean it won't work, but you might want to post your issue on the Pro Blog support page.
s2d replied on at Permalink Reply
s2d
Oops, I didn't read that right. It is tested with versions 5.4.2 or later, so it should work with the version of C5 you are working with. Sorry for the misunderstanding. At any rate, I would still post your question on the ProBlog support page.
oakleafg replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi

Did you resolve this? Got a client who has installed ProBlog and has tried to add the site navigation to the ProBlog Post page type and it is duplicated.

Thanks.