– deactivating all plugins to see if this resolves the problem? You can do that by just renaming the plugins folder. If this works, re-activate the plugins one by one until you find the problematic plugin(s).
– switching to the default theme to rule out any theme-specific problems.
It seems that this problem is coming from my WordPress Social Share Button plugin. Now that I have identified it, what can I do? Is there a way to still use this plugin or do I need to contact the developer?
Glad you figured it out. Yes, you can try to contact the developer.
Hi I have some broken dashboard issues too since my upgrade. I’ve tried deactivating plugins with no luck. I’ve changed themes to twenty 11 with no change. It seems that it’s all the buttons not working right when you hover and also you can’t upload media or post anything.
I do have Bulletproof plugin running on Default so that should be okay too.
What I did find is that when I Enable SCRIPT_DEBUG it works fine. I’ve since turned of SCRIPT_DEBUG and it’s broken again.
Please help. 🙂
adicerni: Please start your own thread instead of posting in somebody else’s. We use threads to track individual problems, tacking on to somebody else’s problem doesn’t help.
It helps if you can link so we can contact the devs, if they’re hosted here on .org. In this case, alas, we cannot. However with the link, we can easily add it to the master list, and thus people will know right away if it’s the same one. Too many plugins have similar names!
I have the same problem. Tried deactivating plugins, but doesn’t work. My add post page is also broken:
Yes Mike that’s the one. I contacted the developer and this was his response:
Not sure what is going on then. This is the only plugin I have deactivated right now and the dashboard is working fine from what I can tell.
Make sure the WP-ADMIN htaccess is also on default or deleted from Bulletproof. That’s what fixed it for me. Have since discontinued use of that plugin.
I don’t know if this will help anyone, but I got a second response from the developer of this plugin with this message:
“It is due to a conflict with jQuery UI.
Go to file dcwp_admin.php line 476 and change the code from:
This seems to have corrected the issue.
What plugin? I’ll send an angry letter. 🙂
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