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On my client’s test website at http://cjcdigital.net/selfImprovement/blog/goal/test/ (that’s a direct link to the pod) I’m having an issue where despite installing Pods and configuring it as per this tutorial http://www.openscriptsolution.com/cms/wordpress/pods-2-0-how-to-display-pods-item-using-pods-page-and-pods-template/
I’m having an issue where nothing will display on the pods page, including various echo statements I tossed in my pods code to see if anything would show.

Ultimately I’m not sure if I need to tweak the WordPress core or if the Pods plugin handles everything however since the previously mentioned tutorial is the only one I could find on Pods pages and displaying the content I’m very stumped.

I also tried using PHP to call the ID of the various fields from the pods – that also failed. I currently am using the latest version of WordPress and it is a Buddypress/Multisite setup so I’m not sure if that might be causing any issues.

Any assistance is greatly appreciated.

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Hi,

Have u tried the official pods docs?

Should be no problems, if your wordpress version is supported.. pods only have a few methods to be considered.. The current release version of pods is 2.0 and it is supported from wordpress versions 3.4 up to 3.6.

Methods you need to be familiar with, before getting all of your fingers wet poddlings :)..

add()
data()
delete()
display()
export()
fetch()
field()
filters()
find()
form()
pagination()
row()
save()
template()
total()

I strongly suggest to temporarily disable the buddypress/multisite for the purpose of finding the conflicts in your script.

Edited by veedeoo: info added

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