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  • Resolved Watch Teller

    (@watchteller)


    Update…

    The “Also Affect Children” cannot enable at Plugin Filter.

    At Plugin Filter
    Woocommerce single product (product base permalink was /pdt) did not function well (some disabled plugin has appeared at frontend after clearing the cache.

    my setting as following:
    xxxx.xxx/pdt
    xxxx.xxx/pdt/*

    At Single Product’s Admin Page
    The disabled plugins at Plugin Filter were not disabled here (blank, only shown disabled global plugins).

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by Watch Teller.
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  • Plugin Author Jeff Sterup

    (@foomagoo)

    You can’t use wildcards at the end of the permalink. An admin page has a different url than the product page. So you’ll need to enter the admin page url if you want it disabled on the admin.

    I want to disable plugin for frontend only.

    I mean disabled plugins at Plugin Filer xxxx.xxx/pdt (single product permalink) was not shown the list of disabled plugins at single product backend setting page.

    And “Also Affect Children” Cannot Enable

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    Same here, Also Affect Children AND the Priority won’t set since the update.

    Plugin Author Jeff Sterup

    (@foomagoo)

    So you don’t see a plugin in the list of installed plugins when you edit the plugin filter?

    I just released a fix for the problem with also affect children. The query wasn’t pulling the setting right to display on the edit page. Version 9.0.2 fixes that.

    @foomagoo

    I have the option to affect admin pages turn on.
    Then I went into global Plugins and turned off a few plugins.
    But a few of them, I only want to disable them on the non-admin pages, so I created a filter for admin pages, and re-enabled the plugins that I want to be on in the wp-admin pages.

    Unfortunately, this no longer works right. The filter essentially isn’t working anymore since the update. It was fine before the update and worked fine. And the Child and Priority checkboxes come back blank when I update the filter. I can only assume that the Child checkbox isn’t checked, so the filter isn’t affecting my pages.

    @foomagoo

    yea, I just confirmed it. If I go to wp-admin dashboard, the plugins are enabled again. If I go to any other admin page, the plugins disappear.

    The child option and priority options are not staying selected in Plugin Filters.

    Plugin Author Jeff Sterup

    (@foomagoo)

    jtremblay did you install version 9.0.2?

    Plugin Author Jeff Sterup

    (@foomagoo)

    Install version 9.0.3. The affect children query had quotes around the permlink_hash column name so it wasn’t working correctly. I fixed that.

    Yes, this update seems to have fixed it.

    Thank you @foomagoo! Great plugin btw!

    “Also Affect Children” worked fine now. Thanks!

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by Watch Teller.

    “Also Affect Children” worked fine now. Thanks!

    I have difficult time working with the PO new feature -Enable/Disable Plugins By Role

    Some of my ACF’s custom field can echo output at single product page with Turn ON Disable Plugins By Role when logged-in. But an error on not logged-in.

    ***ACF Plugin have Logged In User Type featured.

    And, Some code snippets (with the native custom field) at Code Snippets Plugin cannot echo output at the single product with Turn ON Disable Plugins By Role when logged-in. But an error on not logged-in.

    ***Code Snippets Plugin have scope setting: Run snippet everywhere, Only run in administration area & Only run on site front-end.

    But not error for Product Cat, Product Tag and Page.

    Before Version 8.0 was worked fine for me.

    Hope I can make you understand my problems.

    Look forward you help.

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    • This reply was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by Watch Teller.

    Refer above issue. If turn OFF Disable Plugins By Role, the logged-in and not logged-in webpage was echo output error (custom field of ACF & Code Snippets).

    No luck to make it worked by changing the conditional tag also.

    I think the error was related to woocommerce.

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