Reply To: Site field set not working on 404

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traversal # Posted on February 19, 2016 at 12:17 pm

Hey, so I have found there’s a bug in the PHP unknown property methods which prevents something like this working when on a 404 page:


This assumes that your site field set is called “header”, and “logo” is the field name. The bug arises because of code that relies on the notion of a “current post”, which a 404 doesn’t have. (Will fix this).

If I place “site” in between, the code then picks up that you’re talking about the site object, and then can find the set from that. So for me this works:


Your code implies you’re already doing that, so that’s weird. Another thing you could try is this:


Let me know if any of this helps!

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