Support » Plugin: Disable Gutenberg » Conflict with Virtue (premium) Theme and empty custom post type categories

  • Resolved larnoult

    (@larnoult)


    Hello,

    Thanks for developing this great plugin! I recently encountered a conflict with Virtue Theme, that might be more general, regarding custom post type.
    I use your plugin to only allow Gutenberg for editor. The editors can create custom post type registered through Virtue Theme (portfolio), with blocks.
    These custom post type are associated with custom post category (portfolio types). In the lateral document panel, the section dedicated to choosing portfolio types only show .. portfolio types that have been at least once associated with a portfolio. As if your plugin would filter the custom post types and remove the “non attached” ones.
    I can circumvent the problem, desactivating your plugin, and attaching portfolio drafts to custom post types, then they show up once I re-activate Disable Gutenberg.
    A “clearer” fix would be awesome!
    Cheers,

Viewing 4 replies - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)
  • Plugin Author Jeff Starr

    (@specialk)

    It definitely sounds like a bug with your theme. The best place to get help would be at the theme support website, where they will be able to diagnose and help resolve any issue. And if there is any info needed about the plugin, please let me know, I am always glad to help.

    Thread Starter larnoult

    (@larnoult)

    Thanks for your feedback, I’ll report it to the theme’s team.
    Cheers,

    Thread Starter larnoult

    (@larnoult)

    Hello,
    Here is a quote from the dev theme team:

    Also, it’s important to note that this is not theme related, again as I said above it does the same thing with blog post categories. It doesn’t have to do with custom post types specifically. All post types do this on your site. Please test with blog posts and you can see that.

    I think he is right, isnt’he?
    Cheers,

    Plugin Author Jeff Starr

    (@specialk)

    There is a way to find out for sure:

    1) Deactivate all plugins except for DG
    2) Switch to the default WP theme
    3) Try again and see if the problem persists

    That will tell you if the problem is with DG or somewhere else (like the theme or plugins, or a combo of maybe theme and a plugin, etc.).

Viewing 4 replies - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)
  • The topic ‘Conflict with Virtue (premium) Theme and empty custom post type categories’ is closed to new replies.