Advanced Access Manager
AAM Broken for WP 3.6 (8 posts)

  1. nathaningram
    Posted 2 years ago #

    As reported below about 2 months ago, AAM is broken for WordPress 3.6. Apparently the jQuery in the plugin has issues with 1.10.2 used in WP 3.6.

    AAM is now inserting a height:0px on the inline styling of the accordion so you can't see the fields for the menu settings.

    This is such a great plugin for preparing sites for a client. Can you please give us an update on when a fix will be made?



  2. Robbie_berns
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Yup, I'm afraid so!

  3. Stevesan
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I can only confirm it is not working. I have bought the premium plugin, but unfortunately it seems the author has gone underground. Doesn't respond to email or anything.

    I do HOPE that the plugin author(s) will start solving the issue since this is a great idea, and I have found no better solution yet. Unfortunately though it doesn't work. Shame.

    Come on, fix it!


  4. steckinsights
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Seeing the same issue.

    For a temporary fix, I've found that clicking "Change" on the General metabox next to the current role and then selecting "OK" (without actually changing the user role) helps.

    For me, it'll allow me to view the accordion menu for long enough to change the item and save it. However, after saving, the accordion menu resumes the same procedure.

    This has been an excellent plugin and I would love to see a permanent fix. Thanks AAM -- we're hopeful!

    Let us know if you're open to some community help. I'm sure that a few of us could look into the code and suggest the fix if you'd be willing to update the WordPress plugin repository with the fix.

  5. SoCalBoy
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Same issues - cannot access restriction checkbox options under the menu items in the plugin options screen.

  6. Robbie_berns
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Temp workaround:
    I added the following to /plugins/advanced-access-manager/view/css/wpaccess_style.css :

    /* to be removed when Access Manager is updated */
    .ui-tabs-panel .ui-accordion div div.ui-accordion-content {height:auto !important;}

  7. Karalee
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Thanks for that workaround, @Robbie_berns! Worked like a charm.

  8. Ramon
    Posted 2 years ago #

    thanks for the solution,now it works fine

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