Support » Plugin: Manga+Press Comic Manager » No Comic Image?!

  • Resolved orribu

    (@orribu)


    • WordPress ver. 4.9.7
    • All plugins updated √
    • Manga+Press ver. 3.0.0
    • Theme: Twenty Fifteen ver 2.0
    • Running on bluehost shared hosting
    • cPanel 70.0 (build 52)
    • Apache 2.2.34
    • PHP 5.4.24
    • MySQL 5.6.32-78.1
    • Perl 5.26.0
    • Browser: Google Chrome ver 6.0.3359.181
    • Themes checked: colorlib, twentyfifteen, twentyeleven,twentyseventeen

    Steps to reproduce:

    1. With WordPress installed, install Manga+Press ver 3.0.0.
    2. Set up your Archives and Latest Comic pages as directed in Settings>Manga+Press Options.
    3. Navigate to the Comics admin panel and create a comic as you normally would. I nested it under a new series.
    4. Navigate to the page’s permalink.

    While a comic image appears in the Archives page for me and in the backend, it doesn’t show up on the frontend. I’ve tried everything from disabling plugins to reinstalling WordPress…and I’m still having problems. Am I missing something? Do I have to take additional steps to make this work? Originally I had it working with a child theme I developed, but no matter what theme I use, I still encounter this error.

    I’m currently running it with Twenty Fifteen, and I’m getting no feedback from the console. Any ideas? ;A; /

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 7 months ago by orribu. Reason: tested with another theme

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Thread Starter orribu

    (@orribu)

    UPDATE: I think I switched to PHP ver. 7.0 but I haven’t the slightest idea how to confirm that. :T

    Thread Starter orribu

    (@orribu)

    Whoa! The weird thing is that the comic thumbnails appear on the series page? Just noticed this.

    link: https://twistedfates.net/series/roseforshurinai/

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 7 months ago by orribu. Reason: added url
    Plugin Author Jess

    (@ardathksheyna)

    The plugins that you’re using are actually more important than the server configuration 😉 Some times (actually a lot of times) plugins can conflict with each other if they’re trying to modify the same hooks.

    From looking at your markup, my guess is that Themify PageBuilder is interfering with the display of the comic image. Manga+Press hooks into the the_content filter to do its thing, and from what I’ve been able to find, Page Builder is also doing something with the_content filter. If it’s not PageBuilder, try deactivating all of the plugins except for Manga+Press. The idea is to eliminate other plugins as being the problem. After that, try going back to the base TwentyFifteen theme since it looks like you’re using a child-theme of TwentyFifteen.

    Finally, when you’re asking for support for a plugin that’s provided for free, please try to be patient and understand that a lot of plugin authors like myself work a full-time job so it might be a bit before someone gets back to you.

    Thanks, and I hope that helps!

    Oh, and if I think of any additional ideas, I’ll post them when I get a free moment.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 7 months ago by Jess. Reason: random things remembered at the last minute
    Thread Starter orribu

    (@orribu)

    The plugins that you’re using are actually more important than the server configuration 😉 Some times (actually a lot of times) plugins can conflict with each other if they’re trying to modify the same hooks.

    Oh you know, I never considered that! I’ve deactivated everything including themify and even switched between twenty fifteen and twenty eleven and I haven’t seen any difference. I am running WP Super Cache… do you think that’d have anything to do with it?

    Finally, when you’re asking for support for a plugin that’s provided for free, please try to be patient and understand that a lot of plugin authors like myself work a full-time job so it might be a bit before someone gets back to you.

    I’m sorry for giving off that impression. Of course I should consider that, especially for something as complex as developing a plugin. That was super rude of me. I’m still serious about donating, though. I won’t do that again! ;;

    Plugin Author Jess

    (@ardathksheyna)

    Not a problem!

    WP Super Cache — yeah, that could be why you’re not seeing any changes. If your site doesn’t get a huge amount of traffic, then you probably don’t need it. Also, when you’re debugging your site, try using Incognito tabs in Chrome to help get around issues caused by caching. Sometimes, it can help view changes with server-side caches but it’s mostly to get around the browser’s cache.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 7 months ago by Jess.
    Thread Starter orribu

    (@orribu)

    Oh that’s really good advice! It’s such a pain to fight the caching, haha OTL
    On that note, I found the source of the problem through deactivating; it appears there’s an issue caused by the Yoast SEO plugin!

    Plugin Author Jess

    (@ardathksheyna)

    Adding a tag for Yoast in case anyone else is having issues. There’s been a second reported case of an issue with Yoast.

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