falcon at September 1st, 2016 10:11 — #1
Does anyone know how to maybe fix this?
I deleted an old blog from a site that wasn't being used. Everything looked good locally
But when I tried to deploy the site I get a Build Error. I tried re-downloading the site from webhook but that didn't work either.
It looks like it's still try to get data from the content type that is no longer there.
This site is hosted with webhook. So outside of HTML and CSS I'm lost on what to do.
Right now the client can not update their site until this is fix
tracy_tra at September 6th, 2016 20:18 — #2
So you want to remove the whole blog itself right? If so, did you delete it in both places? i.e. from the CMS, and also deleting the folder it makes in partials? It's still looking for one of those. Usually you have to delete both the content type from the CMS itself, AND the folder from what I've seen. I just removed a blog from one of my websites and had no error. If you just removed a blog post (or posts), then it's missing actual content for the blog but the blog is still there, just with no data.
tracy_tra at September 6th, 2016 20:58 — #3
So if you're removing the blog entirely, here's how to do it:
Please note: You have to have the site running locally to do the first two steps... so fire that up first then after it's running locally, do the following:
Step 1: Log into the CMS for the website and click on "Add / Edit Content Types"
Step 2: Find the content type you want to remove - hover over it, and then click the "x" to remove the content type entirely from the CMS
Step 3: Go to the folder that you have your website in, then go into the "templates" folder and delete the folder that is the blog.
BEFORE you do step 3 -- just in case you ever want to put the blog back in: I would take note of the structure, and maybe even just copy the folder out of the templates to another location.
Let me know if you need more instruction for how to do this... or if it doesn't work.
~ Tracy www.2dotse.com