Support » Plugin: Podcast Subscribe Buttons » Can’t create buttons

  • Resolved michaellamonato

    (@michaellamonato)


    I can’t add any links when trying to create a button. All the settings seem to be accessible until I get down to ‘Add Subscribe Button Links’, under which there’s a button that says ‘Add Another Link’, but clicking it does nothing. There’s no field for me to enter a subscribe link to the podcast.

    Any ideas?

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  • Plugin Author SecondLineThemes

    (@secondlinethemes)

    Hey @michaellamonato,

    Thanks for using our plugin and for reaching out.
    You should be able to expand each of those as seen in the following screenshot –
    https://i.imgur.com/0aFWAYg.png

    If you’re not able to do it, please try to disable your other plugins and see if it makes any difference, it could be a conflict with other plugins so it’s worth to check that first.

    michaellamonato

    (@michaellamonato)

    Thanks for the reply. I disabled all my other plugins but unfortunately the problem remains — I can’t expand the drop-down field nor add a new link. Any other ideas?

    aiwapro9

    (@aiwapro9)

    Hi, I have the same issue.

    Plugin Author SecondLineThemes

    (@secondlinethemes)

    Hi @michaellamonato and @aiwapro9,

    Thanks for the update and sorry to hear you’re both having this issue.
    Could you please both send us details about the WP version and PHP version you have installed?

    Also, do you have an earlier version of the CMB2 plugin already installed and activated? If so, please try to update it to the latest version.

    aiwapro9

    (@aiwapro9)

    Hi,
    I have WP 5.3.2 and PHP 7.3.11.

    What is CMB2?

    Plugin Author SecondLineThemes

    (@secondlinethemes)

    I see. The plugin should work with WP 5.3.2 and PHP 7.3.11
    CMB2 is a plugin (https://wordpress.org/plugins/cmb2/) that we base some of the options on.

    Have you also tested without any other plugins installed?
    Any chance you could share your login details with us over email? We’d be happy to check this further.

    aiwapro9

    (@aiwapro9)

    What email address? I have quite a few plugins installed, but only what I use.

    Plugin Author SecondLineThemes

    (@secondlinethemes)

    You can reach out to us from this page –
    https://secondlinethemes.com/contact/

    And please do try to disable all other plugins, at least for a couple of minutes, to see if there’s any change or not.

    Hello, author of CMB2 here — Having an old version of CMB2 installed should not matter. As long as you have the most recent version bundled in your plugin, CMB2 handles loading only one instance and only the most up-to-date instance of itself. You can see more here: https://github.com/CMB2/CMB2/wiki/Basic-Usage#caveats-for-bundling-and-including-cmb2

    As a plugin author, you may want to add this snippet for debugging as well: https://github.com/CMB2/CMB2/wiki/Tips-&-Tricks#adding-a-cmb2-debug-helper-to-your-plugintheme

    Plugin Author SecondLineThemes

    (@secondlinethemes)

    Hey @jtsternberg,
    Great to hear from you again.
    We are indeed loading the most recent version and doing so properly.

    With that said, if an earlier version is built into a theme or another plugin incorrectly it may not load the latest version, so I just wanted to double check that here.

    The loading sequence is probably not the issue here, but we’ll keep digging into it.

    Plugin Author SecondLineThemes

    (@secondlinethemes)

    @michaellamonato, @aiwapro9

    Hey guys, going to mark this ticket as resolved as we never heard back.
    If you could share more details via our contact page we’d be happy to look into it.

    We’ve just released a minor update right now and tested compatibility with multiple environments, and it all worked out well (WP 5.2/5.3/5.4, several PHP versions, and both on Apache and nginx)

    Hi, I have sent over login information for the site, as requested.

    Plugin Author SecondLineThemes

    (@secondlinethemes)

    Thanks for sharing the login details.

    For future reference – the issue was caused by two other plugins that caused jQuery issues in the WordPress admin panel, so any jQuery that came after these two plugins would not work.

    The solutions in these cases is to either disable the other plugins or contact the plugin owners and ask them to look into these issues.

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