Support » Plugin: Stealth Publish » Clash with The Events Calander

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  • Plugin Author Scott Reilly

    (@coffee2code)

    WordPress & Plugin Developer

    @graham-stacey: Thanks for the report. I’m taking a look at it now.

    If you’re comfortable doing so, could you try commenting out line 129 of stealth-publish.php. The result will look like:

    // $wp_query->is_front_page() ||

    (basicallly put two forward slashes at the start of the line)

    There were really only two types of changes made that should affect anything and that’s the easiest one to rule out by doing the above and reloading the site.

    If attempting the above is treading uncomfortable waters for you, no worries. I’ll see if I can reproduce the issue.

    Thread Starter Graham Stacey

    (@graham-stacey)

    Hi Scott,
    Sorry for the slower than indicated response.

    I have done as you suggested and the issue has not gone away.
    I confirmed the clash, by deactivating Stealth publish, after which the Events Plugin acts as normal.

    The staging site is still live and you can see the front end as with Stealth Publish activated and with 129 commented out as suggested.

    Happy to share login details with you if it would help.

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