• Every time I change the Content Access Rules, all the pages break.

    Pages to be managed by Elementor come under the control of the classical editor. Going then to see the revisions to restore pages, all pages have a current revision number that does not exist and is much lower than the last revision number.

    If you use elementor, find another plugin, especially if you have many pages on your site. Because otherwise you will have to manually restore the verisone page by page.


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  • Thread Starter seventhose

    (@seventhose)

    This issue happens when I change the content restriction from the general content restriction setting page.

    Otherwise, if you change content restriction from a single page, it won’t happen.

    But this is a huuuuuuuge issue.

    I won’t reccomend this plugin.
    It’s a source of pain, suffering and stress.

    Plugin Support dimplemodi

    (@dimplemodi)

    Hello,

    Sorry for the inconvenience caused to you and ARMember Lite core team has checked accordingly with Elementor and also with Elementor Pro and there is no such issue found. If you provide more details about the issue, it will be highly appreciated.

    Thanks

    The exact same thing happens on my site. If I modify ARMember’s content access rules, all pages considered “unprotected” or “not used for login, signup, etc” by ARMember that were made with Elementor Pro, lose the link to “Edit with Elementor” in the pages list and totally lose the layout.
    I haven’t found a way to get them back to how they were before other than redoing them from scratch with Elementor Pro.

    However, if I modify the ARMember Rules from the WordPress Edit Page on the single page, this does not happen.

    However, I would like to recommend this plugin because bugs can be fixed and its functions are excellent. If we consider how much can be done with the Lite version there is no reason to complain.

    UPDATE: I tried deactivating all plugins except Elementor Pro and ARMember and the problem occurs every time I update ARMember’s content rules. The problem does not arise when editing ARMember’s content rules from single page editing using gutenberg, the wordpress editor.

    I deactivated all plugins

    Any help is welcome.

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 2 weeks ago by doublegj.
    • This reply was modified 3 months, 2 weeks ago by doublegj.
    • This reply was modified 3 months, 2 weeks ago by doublegj.
    Thread Starter seventhose

    (@seventhose)

    Hope they can reproduce the issue and solve cause we are not alone in this, and this is a very huge disaster for armember users that use Elementor and Elementor is the most used builder out there.

    perhaps, we should open a forum thread for technical support

    Plugin Support dimplemodi

    (@dimplemodi)

    Hello,

    Yes, @doublegj I agree with you. 

    If there is any concern related to the feature that not working, there is a forum thread available and that should be used for it.

    Also, the core team generated the issue and this is resolved in ARMember Lite version 4.0.17 so, kindly update the ARMember Lite and after that check again.

    Thanks

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 2 weeks ago by dimplemodi.

    I’ll try it again in a test site.
    Thank you for the very fast fix 🙂

    ________

    UPDATE
    New version tested and everything works fine.
    Thank you again 🙂 🙂 🙂

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 2 weeks ago by doublegj.
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