I’ve managed to find a way to make the customizer menu operate incorrectly, when I open the customizer the first menu items appear (Set Front Page, Site Identity, Layout, etc.) but when I select one of them the additional style items are not present.
Some things that may have contributed: I had a child theme set up in the typical, incorrect fashion (and deleted it after reading another post here regarding @import…..) then I downloaded the clean child theme per the post suggestion.
Could I have disengaged the GeneratePress customize function in some way by adding a widget using the WP –> Appearance –> widgets menu item?
Looks like I’v got this error (I haven’t edited my site in a while, so it seems reasonable that it would be in october):
[18-Oct-2015 18:38:31 UTC] PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘(‘, expecting variable (T_VARIABLE) or ‘$’ in /home2/staciek/public_html/wp-content/themes/generatepress/functions.php on line 635
Line 635 from functions.php:
if ( ! function_exists( ‘generate_show_title’ ) ) :
* Check to see if we should show our page/post title or not
* @since 1.3.18
return apply_filters( ‘generate_show_title’, true );