Liquid error: Could not find asset snippets/homepage-blog-posts.liquid

hbirdgrace
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Hi there,

This error is displaying on my homepage only and I can't seem to remove it!

I have ready everything I can and still can't seem to locate what I need to in the coding to remove it.

Liquid error: Could not find asset snippets/homepage-blog-posts.liquid

Please help!

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aio_xp
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hello Hbird, 

which error you want to remove, and can you please share your URL?

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hbirdgrace
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Hi there,

 

the error is:

Liquid error: Could not find asset snippets/homepage-blog-posts.liquid

 

URL is:

www.hummingbirdtheshop.com.au

the error displays on the homepage only just above the instagram feed.

 

thanks!

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aio_xp
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Go to Mr parker theme.liquid, see where you added lately code, you need to remove that code, or the code installed by app. if you are new in coding, you need to hire expert to remvoe that code. 

If helpful then please Like and Accept Solution.
Want to modify or custom changes on store Hire me.
Feel free to contact me on kuparkoti@gmail.com regarding any help
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hbirdgrace
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I am quite new to coding but can work my way around.

Are there any further instructions you can provide that I can attempt myself?

 

Thanks!

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aio_xp
Pathfinder
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Any Liquid error that starts with "Liquid error: Could not find asset..." means that you have code in place that wants to use a file, but it doesn't exist. Reasons why it doesn't exist:

  • The code is wrong, and is asking for the wrong file. If you've made recent edits to your theme double check that you're referencing the right snippet or section name. Or,
  • The file has been deleted.

If the file has been deleted, you'd need to restore that file by grabbing it from an earlier version of your theme. This assume you follow the best practice of editing a copy of your published theme. If you don't have that file anymore see if the name has some relationship to an app on your store. If it doesn't contact the dev for the app or review their help docs. They may have instructions on how to re-add it.

If you've added code that's just wrong you can revert to a previous version of that file you changed.

If you're at a loss, the other option is to find that code that is referencing that missing file and delete it.

 

or 

 

Try uninstalling app see what's happen, before that duplicate theme. 

 

or 

 check the original theme.liquid code from theme, and see what code is added. try to remove that code. 

If helpful then please Like and Accept Solution.
Want to modify or custom changes on store Hire me.
Feel free to contact me on kuparkoti@gmail.com regarding any help
Shopify Expert | Whatsapp: 00971568836211

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