• Resolved ainshukri

    (@ainshukri)


    My site has two users: administrator and agent. Basically, both users will have similar interface. However, the navigation menu appears different when users are logged in. The nav menu looks as intended in elementor editor but looks totally different on the frontend. Sorry I can’t link the page as I’m currently using localhost to edit my website.

    https://imgur.com/a/JiSjmFz

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  • Hi,

    Can you send me your site URL, please?

    Thread Starter ainshukri

    (@ainshukri)

    Hello, I’m sorry. Unfortunately I can’t send my site URL as I’m still using localhost to host my site.

    Hi,

    Can you disable all your experiments, please?

    except for the Flex Box experiment (If you have it on your site)

    https://elementor.com/help/elementor-experiments

    If it solves the issue, reactivate the ones you use.

    • Please make sure that all of your Plug-ins and Theme are updated.
    • Sometimes it isn’t obvious that there is a plugin update available. Go to WordPress Dashboard > Updates and click the Check Again button to be sure.
    • Please also regenerate the CSS via Elementor > Tools > Regenerate CSS on your WordPress Dashboard,
    • then make sure that you are clear:
    • your WordPress cache (your WordPress plugin if you have one), your server cache (if
    • you have one. In this case, you can contact your hosting provider).
    • ​Please deactivate all your plugins besides Elementor and see if it helps. If it solves the issue, reactivate them one by one to find the culprit. If it didn’t help, switch your theme (temporarily) and see if it makes any difference.
    Thread Starter ainshukri

    (@ainshukri)

    Thank you for your reply. Apparently one of the plugin is the one causing issues. I’ve deactivated said plugin and it worked.

    • This reply was modified 1 year ago by ainshukri.
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