Support » Plugin: WP Accessibility » Accessibility Toolbar missing after update from v 1.7.1 to v1.7.2

  • Resolved Pat K

    (@blackcapdesign)


    Hi Joe,
    After running plugin update to v1.7.2 (from v1.7.1) the toolbar disappeared. I opened my browser debug tool to see if this might be a css/visibility problem but the toolbar itself – container & all – is missing from the HTML source code. I ran some other plugin updates & also the WP v5.5 update & TwentyFourteen parent theme update – but I rolled those back and the missing toolbar persisted. I rolled back to WP Accessibility v1.7.1 and the toolbar reappeared. I haven’t specified an ID – just the default settings for toobar placement.
    pk

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  • I am experiencing the same issue. Toolbar went away.

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    (@joedolson)

    Issue reproduced; I’ll investigate.

    I am having this isse as well. I have also created custom links for contrast and font size, those does not work either.

    Thanks for looking in to it!

    I’m seeing this also. In addition, when I add the toolbar as a widget the buttons don’t function.

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    (@joedolson)

    This is pretty strange. Everything seems to be running as expected; but the actual scripts are just…not being loaded. It’s not a JS conflict, because the scripts are literally not being enqueued, though the enqueuing call *is* running.

    Definitely odd, and I’m still exploring it.

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    (@joedolson)

    Fix shipped. It was a simple error; the script was enqueued before it had been registered. Simple code ordering error, caused by some minor reorganization of the code in the last release.

    Thread Starter Pat K

    (@blackcapdesign)

    Excellent – thanks Joe!
    pk

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