Support » Plugin: Content Visibility for Divi Builder » Plugin stopped working with new Divi 4.10+ update

  • Resolved Mai

    (@maicrosoft)


    Hi,

    I think the new Divi 4.10 update broke the plugin. Now all sections are shown, no matter if you have set visibility rules for it or not.

    Here is an example of one of my sites using the plugin https://i.imgur.com/u12AWgZ.png Each row has a rule based on logged in state and user role, but as you can see all of them are shown now.

    Hope this will ever get fixed, or even be seen by the developer.

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  • Plugin Author Jonathan Horowitz

    (@jhorowitz)

    Hi @helpmelisa,

    Not quite sure what you mean 🙂

    The fix in CVDB V3.17 addresses how Divi only loads the php code for modules that are used in a given post/page. If there are other plugins trying to do something similar now, but not in the same way, they too will require special handling by CVDB.

    Are you referring to modules provided by a 3rd-party plugin? If so, are you able to provide us with a copy of the plugin in question?

    Thanks!

    No just an individual image module isn’t being hidden if they don’t have the tag

    Plugin Author Jonathan Horowitz

    (@jhorowitz)

    OK, what version of Divi theme and CVDB are you using? Do you have a child theme? Or are you using the builder plugin?

    The latest version of both Divi and CVDB. I tried disabling plugins to make sure there wasn’t a conflict and it didn’t make a difference.

    Plugin Author Jonathan Horowitz

    (@jhorowitz)

    Is there a child theme involved that might have a conflict as well?

    Plugin Author Jonathan Horowitz

    (@jhorowitz)

    Also, it could be that there is a server-side cache involved that is caching an incorrect version of the page. Like other plugins that provide dynamic output, Divi pages with CVDB expressions should be excluded from any form of server side caching.

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