the_content() printing site title after page/post title and before its content

My pages are all showing the Site Title (from the Customizer) after the page or post title and before the "body" of the post. Troubleshooting by injecting lines of text to print before and after WordPress code narrows the source down to the the_content() call within the page template.

Here’s how the_content is called:

        ...         </header><!-- .entry-header -->          <div class="content entry-content">             <?php the_content(                 // Translators: %s: Name of current post. Only visible to screen readers.                 sprintf( esc_html__( 'Continue reading %s', 'bulmapress' ), '<span class="screen-reader-text">' . the_title( '', '', false ) . '</span>' )             );              wp_link_pages( array(                 'before' => '<div class="page-links">' . esc_html__( 'Pages:', 'bulmapress' ),                 'after'  => '</div>',                 ) );                 ?>         </div><!-- .entry-content -->          <footer class="content entry-footer">         ... 

I’m a bit baffled because post_template.php where the_content() and get_the_content() are defined is a WordPress /includes file, not a parent theme file.

Should I be looking for some filter that’s been defined in the theme? TIA

How to loop multiple images on a single page/post

Hello I am using openseadragon, and I was able to reference one image on my page via openseadragon, but how to do loop more images so I can have 5 more images on the pageā€¦

Currently I have this as my javascript

     var imagePath = "/wp-content/uploads/" + $  ('#materials-osd').attr('data-image');     var viewer = OpenSeadragon({         id: "materials-osd",         prefixUrl: "/wp-content/plugins/zoom-openseadragon/images/",         tileSources: {             type: "image",...
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How to loop multiple images on a single page/post

New Page/Post Screen Opens an Existing Post

When I go to add a post or page to my WordPress site, the permalink and featured image are already populated with a 10 year old post, thus we are unable to create new content.

Recent changes done on the site:

  • We ran a find-and-replace in wp_posts to rebrand part of our company, however that should only have affected that string inside <p> tags since our search included spaces
  • We deleted old post revisions from the database to make it lighter
  • We ran a database cleanup plugin

I know one solution will be to rollback the database before these changes were made, but this bug was only discovered now (a week later), so recovering from the error is preferable.