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Error when going to Blog on Drupal Website

When going to my blog on my site I get this error -



    warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/lougar1/kleanrestoration.com/sites/all/modules/cck/content.module on line 1284.
    warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/lougar1/kleanrestoration.com/sites/all/modules/cck/content.module on line 1284.
    warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/lougar1/kleanrestoration.com/sites/all/modules/cck/content.module on line 1284.

Any idea what is causing this? As you can see, the website is kleanrestoration.com.
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tbawarehouse
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sivagnanam chandrakanthTechnical LeadCommented:
Its looks like you are trying to pull some field / value which doesn't exist..

1) Check whether all the CCK fields exists
2) If you are using Term reference, check whether the term exists
3) Same for userid...
4) Finally clear content cache and check

Hope this helps
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scifikillrCommented:
To check your content type fields:

1. Navigate to Structure > Content Types > [content type] > Manage fields
2. Note all of the field types that exist here.
3. For any non-standard fields (e.g., reference, video, etc) check the modules page to confirm whether or not the module is present.
4. Download module, put into codebase.

It looks like you're using the stock Blog module, but if you're using a view, you should be able to just edit the view. Any fields which cannot be displayed due to the missing module will show up in the View as 'broken field handler', which will easily identify the missing field type. Replacing the module will fix this error as well.
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