Support » Plugin: Same Category Posts » Display changed after plugin installation

  • Hello,
    After installing the plugin, my site no longer displays my additional CSS. For the back-end, the list of widgets has a strange display and the plugin is not functional. I have the impression that there is a CSS conflict in my installation with this plugin. Do you have any idea where to direct me to solve this problem?

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  • Plugin Author Daniel Floeter

    (@kometschuh)

    Can you open the browser tools with F12 and go to the tab Console if there is any error shown?

    Or do you use debug true with your wp-config.php to display any errors?

    Do you have updated to WordPress 5.7 and after update there are any Javascript errors. Here you can read more about the jQuery migration: https://make.wordpress.org/core/2020/06/29/updating-jquery-version-shipped-with-wordpress/

    Thread Starter noeragui

    (@noeragui)

    Ok. I have 5 errors.
    example : [DOM] Found 2 elements with non-unique id #widget-same-category-posts-__i__-include_tax: (More info: https://goo.gl/9p2vKq) <input name=​"widget-same-category-posts[__i__]​[include_tax]​[]​" data-taxname-and-post-type=​"clients-tag-" onchange=​"javascript:​scpwp_namespace.toggleSelectTaxPanel(this)​" type=​"radio" class=​"checkbox" id=​"widget-same-category-posts-__i__-include_tax" value=​"clients-tag">​ <input name=​"widget-same-category-posts[__i__]​[include_tax]​[]​" data-taxname-and-post-type=​"wpfd-category-" onchange=​"javascript:​scpwp_namespace.toggleSelectTaxPanel(this)​" type=​"radio" class=​"checkbox" id=​"widget-same-category-posts-__i__-include_tax" value=​"wpfd-category">​

    • This reply was modified 10 months, 1 week ago by noeragui.
    Plugin Author Daniel Floeter

    (@kometschuh)

    Is it just in the backend?

    Is it possible to show me the Same Category Posts configuration means all options special the Filter option.
    You can send us a screenshot with our support form: http://tiptoppress.com/support/

    Thread Starter noeragui

    (@noeragui)

    No, the CSS is changed in the frontend too.
    I do not have access to the plugin because it breaks the display of all plugins.

    Plugin Author Daniel Floeter

    (@kometschuh)

    Can you send us a Url to your website?

    Do you update to WordPress 5.7?

    Can you delete the Same Category Posts folder at your webserver wp-content/plugins/same-category-posts and the error disappear after deletion?

    Thread Starter noeragui

    (@noeragui)

    website : http://www.cibpl.fr
    No, I have Worpress 5.6.
    When I remove the plugin, everything goes back to normal.

    Plugin Author Daniel Floeter

    (@kometschuh)

    Is it possible to show me the Same Category Posts configuration means all options special the Filter option.
    You can send us a screenshot with our support form: http://tiptoppress.com/support/

    Thread Starter noeragui

    (@noeragui)

    I do not understand. I have nothing to show because nothing is displayed.

    Plugin Author Daniel Floeter

    (@kometschuh)

    Last technical question: And you have placed the Same Category Posts widget nowhere?

    Thread Starter noeragui

    (@noeragui)

    No because all my widgets are inactive on my backend since the plugin was installed. So I can’t test it.

    Plugin Author Daniel Floeter

    (@kometschuh)

    Your used Theme is a payed one. That’s why I couldn’t test with it.

    I should know if the error appears with which plugin or do you use a lot custom code.
    It can be tested to copy all other plugins to a folder and just have the Same Category Posts widget installed.
    Than copy plugin by plugin back to wp-content/plugins/… folder
    Or something like that?

    Thread Starter noeragui

    (@noeragui)

    ok i will test this.

    Thread Starter noeragui

    (@noeragui)

    I think I found it. I tested every plugin and every theme. The problem is with my WP Engine host. Have you ever had any issues with them?

    Plugin Author Daniel Floeter

    (@kometschuh)

    There are problems with old PHP versions.
    You need PHP 5.3 +

    It should be not a huge effort to update to the newest PHP version with your host.

    Sometimes there are also PHP version entries in the .htaccess you have to adapt.

    Thread Starter noeragui

    (@noeragui)

    I have already tested in PHP 5.3 and 5.4. It doesn’t change anything.
    I don’t think we’ll ever find the solution.

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