I am not familiar with Unyson frame works.
I’ve just installed the Jevelin theme on my few months old blog with existing posts and pages. Out of the box the theme is perfect except the home page.
I don’t want to install the Demo with content that may overwrite my existing blog posts and pages.
What I want is the homepage similar to the below page.
My blog link.
Additional Info. At present my home page displays my latest posts not the static page.
Please guide me in this regard.
I’ve created the page as instructed. After that I set it as “Home Page” under reading setting. But when I open the site the following error occur!
<b>Fatal error</b>: Unknown: Cannot use output buffering in output buffering display handlers in <b>Unknown</b> on line <b>0</b>
So I revert back the setting to “Latest Posts” Under Reading.
Here is the page URL . The page itself shows the same error.
Please update me.
I don’t see any error message on your shared site page.
Te error message can be due to plugin conflict on your site so please try temporary deactivating all plugins except Unyson plugin and see whether everything works fine and then enable the plugins one by one to see which plugin is conflicting if any.
Also please make sure you are using latest version of PHP on your server by referring the information provided in the following page.
Even though the theme is great looking, I expect a more comprehensive support from the support team like some other top theme providers do.
I’m using WP Super Cache on few of my blogs for the last few years and no problem for the configuration so far.
Sorry for telling the fact.
Many caching plugins users faced this type of issue including WP Super Cache as reported on the following pages and there are various reasons of this issue so have you contacted the cache plugin support to know the exact reason?
Currently I think it’s better to stick with the Static page as my homepage. It looks nice anyway.
In future, I may try with another Cache plugin like W3TC. At present I’ve no option as my hosting provider recommends WP Super Cache. Further if I make a switch the inodes on the Cpanel may cross the limit.