Support » Plugin: Admin Menu Editor » Conflict with Jetpack plugin

  • Resolved simonian

    (@simonian)


    Hi! I use Jetpack plugin (version 4.5) and your plugin Admin Menu Editor (version 1.7.3).
    Recently I noticed that there is a conflict of these two plugins when I access Jetpack settings page (URL: admin/admin.php?page=jetpack). Instead of Jetpack Dashboard I only see blank page without any content.

    I see in the console this error:

    Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'classList' of undefined
        at window.wpNavMenuClassChange (admin.js?ver=4.5:20)
        at t.renderMainContent (admin.js?ver=4.5:20)
        at t.render (admin.js?ver=4.5:20)
        at l._renderValidatedComponentWithoutOwnerOrContext (admin.js?ver=4.5:2)
        at l._renderValidatedComponent (admin.js?ver=4.5:2)
        at l.mountComponent (admin.js?ver=4.5:2)
        at Object.mountComponent (admin.js?ver=4.5:2)
        at l.mountComponent (admin.js?ver=4.5:2)
        at Object.mountComponent (admin.js?ver=4.5:2)
        at l.mountComponent (admin.js?ver=4.5:2)

    Please make some changes in your plugin so that it does not conflict with Jetpack.

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  • Plugin Author Janis Elsts

    (@whiteshadow)

    I can’t seem to reproduce that conflict on my test site. Are you using Jetpack 4.5.0? Does the error go away if you temporarily deactivate Admin Menu Editor?

    Thank you for your reply!

    Actually, on my website, when I deactivate your plugin, Jetpack starts working.
    But on a new clean site when I activate both your plugin and Jetpack, Jetpack works fine.

    So there is no conflict between Jetpack and your plugin. There are other reasons that I have not found.

    We can mark this issue as resolved.

    I just had exactly the same problem with Jetpack and admin menu editor. Disabling the admin menu editor plugin resolved it!

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by  Twanneman.

    Twanneman try to disable other plugins and see if this problem resolves. I guess that there are other plugins that conflict with Jetpack and Admin Menu Editor, because if you install fresh WordPress with Jetpack and Admin Menu Editor there will be no conflicts.
    I have not found anything helpful yet.

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