I created one page with about 60 images and it posted just fine. I tried to create a second page with a similar number of images and they are not showing up whether the page is public or private. Frustrated. I am using a gallery block and uploading the photos.
Ok, now I have a different problem. I loaded the photos as a gallery to do it all at once instead of individually. I found it I convert them to images after uploading then they show up. But now, I have created the next page with a different name and a different set of images. Loaded them as a gallery and then converted to images. Publish/update the page and it shows the title of the new page but the entire set of images from the first page. I have completed deleted the new page and set it up again and it still does it. VERY FRUSTRATED! please help.
Just tried it with a third page. Uploaded one image. From a completely different file location. The preview shows the first image from the first page with the title of the new page.
Sorry to hear you’re having trouble creating pages with images. That should be relatively straightforward, and you shouldn’t even need to do the runaround with creating a gallery, then converting them to images.
I’m actually wondering if this is being caused by a 3rd party plugin or your theme? Are you running any type of caching plugin? If so, be sure you clear your cache before testing. It may be that your site is showing you a cached version, instead of the latest version of the page.
It’s also possible there’s some sort of CSS issue that is preventing the images from being displayed properly.
Honestly, it’s very difficult to guess what may be going on without being able to take a look at the site in question. If you can post a link, that may help us to figure out what’s going on.
Alternatively, you might open a support ticket with your host. That’s part of what you’re paying them for, after all.
But it doesn’t sound to me like your issue is with WordPress itself. This is unusual behavior, which leads us to wonder what else may be interfering with the normal behavior of WordPress.
Share a link to the page(s) in question, and we’ll take a look at it to see if there are any clues to what might be going on!
Thanks Shawn. I also sent a message through the contact us section. The site is http://www.139thpennsylvaniavolunteers.com
Thanks for sharing the URL, Dianne. I’m not sure which page(s) are performing correctly, and which ones are not, so it might be helpful to provide links to examples of two such pages, so we can better determine what’s going on.
Meanwhile, there is one obvious issue that I saw right away. I’m pretty certain the theme your site is using is obsolete, no longer supported, and has not been updated to maintain compatibility with the ‘Gutenberg’ Block Editor in WordPress 5.0 and newer.
The theme you’re currently using is called, “F2,” and based on its description page on the WordPress.org plugin directory, it hasn’t been updated in more than two years: https://wordpress.org/themes/f2/
Further, links to the theme author’s homepage are broken: http://srinig.com/wordpress/themes/f2/
So, it may be time to upgrade your site’s theme to one that is up-to-date, better maintained, and compliant with the newest versions of WordPress.
That said, we can also continue to troubleshoot why your images are appearing on some pages, but not others. That is quite strange, and most likely an issue with the theme, not WordPress itself. But I’ll be happy to troubleshoot further when you can share links to examples of a page that is working correctly, and one that isn’t.
Well dang. I like my theme. It is simple. Oh well. If I change themes will it move things around or keep what i’ve got set up?
This is the page that is working: http://www.139thpennsylvaniavolunteers.com/company-a/
This is the one that is not: http://www.139thpennsylvaniavolunteers.com/company-c/
I tried out a new theme and now I think I’m going to have to reset things. I want to change the cover home page image to the one I had before but I’m not seeing how to get rid of the one that the theme brought over.