Support » Plugin: Ultimate Member - User Profile & Membership Plugin » Can't save settings – there was a problem with your action.

  • Resolved skeg0

    (@skeg0)


    Hello,

    I am having trouble with the plugin (1.3.64) in that I cannot save any changes in the settings menu as I always get the following error:

    “There was a problem with your action. Please try again or reload the page.”

    I have tried with a fresh, up-to-date WordPress install with no other plugins enabled.

    Any help would be appreciated as I really want to use this plugin!

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/ultimate-member/

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  • Plugin Author Ultimate Member

    (@ultimatemember)

    Thanks for letting us know 🙂

    My problem was to do with other plugin incompatibility. Anyway I managed to solve it. My apologies. Keep up the great job Ultimate Member.

    Plugin Author Ultimate Member

    (@ultimatemember)

    Thanks 🙂

    Its most probably the issue with your PHP Variables. I know, late answer, but can help others.
    Most probably as a default value for your max_input_vars setting at your hosting is 1000. This is the max as default on many hostings. You should ask your provider, if you cant do it yourself, to raise this value up to preferably about 5000 or 10 000.
    The above mentioned value specifies how many variables can be accepted regardless the variable type at once.
    Upon saving, you probably put more variables than the defined value in max_input_vars. Therefore you should raise it… Or maybe another solution is find out, why you and whether you do have to use a plugin or a theme, which upon saving put so much load.. 🙂 Maybe you should raise the max_input_vars and in the meantime try finding another solution, which would use up less resource… 🙂 Have a nice day.

    hi!

    It can be the problem due to version of php.

    Try this solution to see if it works.

    /wp-content/plugins/redux-framework/ReduxCore/framework.php

    go to line 4069

    there you find such option
    $args = array_merge( array( $current_user ), func_get_args() );

    change it to
    $name_arr=func_get_args();
    $args = array_merge( array( $current_user ),$name_arr );

    test if it works. Cheers.

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

    Disabling Jetpack plugin solved this problem for me.

    After installing Ultimate Member got “There was a problem with your action. Please try again or reload the page.” trying to update settings in Virtue Premium.

    Cheers

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