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bug: keyword does not exist but i cannot save it

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  • #9276
    Avatar photoconnormacleod

    Hello,

    I have tried to add a new keyword. But I get the error message that this already exists, although this is not the case. I had already created it once, I think, but it does not appear in the list of existing keywords. I get the error message that it is already in use.

    I have installed Version: 0.41.1 (build 15919) on macOS 13.2.

    How do I fix the problem?

    Thank you!

    #9281
    Avatar photoitips3727

    In Publii, perhaps go to your list of tags and check if the tag name you’re trying to create is listed but is set as hidden.

    Are you using one of the Publii themes listed at:  https://marketplace.getpublii.com/themes/ or another theme?

    #9282
    Avatar photoconnormacleod

    Thanks for Your answer!

    perhaps go to your list of tags and check if the tag name you’re trying to create is listed but is set as hidden.

    As visible on the screenshot, the new keyword is not among the already existing ones, not even as a hidden one.

    Are you using one of the Publii themes listed at: https://marketplace.getpublii.com/themes/ or another theme?

    I am using Persona_Free (v.1.1.0.0)

    #9291
    Avatar photoitips3727

    @connormacleod

    So far, I’ve not been able to reproduce your problem: everything seems to function as expected.

    To recap, I’m using Apple macOS Ventura v13.2 (latest version OS), with Intel processor, Publii v0.41.1 (current latest), Persona Free theme v1.1.0.0., plus, I’ve not made any theme overrides or any changes to the test website files. So I’m not quite sure what else to suggest right now, sorry.

    Anyone else have any further ideas?

    #9293
    Avatar photoprivii

    You could maybe open db.sqlite in your site directory using something like DB Browser for SQLite (it’s available for Mac) and browse your tags table to see if there’s anything weird going on, such as a tag that exists but Publii isn’t displaying for some reason. You could also run pragma integrity_check;. This is just guesswork on my part though.

    #9417
    Avatar photoTomasz Dziuda

    Hi,

    Please check under “SEO” tab, the slug field – most probably it uses the same value for other tags what causes this issue

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