Support » Plugin: Snippy » Snippy errors with Gutenberg?

  • Resolved paulmil11

    (@paulmil11)


    I believe there may be a compatibility issue with Snippy and the new gutenberg editor. Does anyone know if this has been flagged? In doing some digging, I found that snippy is appearing before the DOCTYPE tag on the html – here is the start of the source code:

    <div id=”snippy–mce-shortcode-popup” style=”display:none;”>

    </div>

    <!DOCTYPE html>
    <!–[if IE 8]>

    Over on github there appears to be a number of plugins that are appearing before the DOCTYPE tag and forcing the metaboxes (Yoast, likes, etc…) to block the “blocks” in the gutenberg editor.

    It works if I deactivate the plugin, but I would love to keep using this plugin instead of moving to a different one

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

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  • Plugin Author Rik Schennink

    (@pqina)

    Hi! This is weird, I’ve tested it before claiming the plugin was compatible but didn’t find anything wrong then.

    I’ll retest and see if I can find something.

    Plugin Author Rik Schennink

    (@pqina)

    I haven’t been able to reproduce this.

    Can you give me some more information? Does this happen with all Snippy shortcodes? If you create a very simple shortcode (just text) does it show the same problem? Have you updated to the latest version? What version of WordPress are you running currently?

    You may want to see this thread on github – https://github.com/WordPress/gutenberg/pull/12575#issuecomment-455084760

    Someone said: “But I would encourage you to reach out the developer of the Snippy plugin and ask them to fix so the content isn’t output before the doctype.”

    Its a general problem on any draft post page – the code is not loading correcntly

    Plugin Author Rik Schennink

    (@pqina)

    Do you have an example of the code the shortcode is generating?

    its not a problem of the shortcode – on the gutenberg editor, the snippy code is appearing before the doctype – I am not sure what that means just passing along the message

    Plugin Author Rik Schennink

    (@pqina)

    I understand I’m simply trying to solve the issue.

    I’ve tested by adding a shortcode to the page using the “Most Used/Shortcode” block. The shortcode appears at the correct location on the page and nothing is rendered before the doctype. So, I can’t reproduce the issue on my test project.

    If you’re willing to send a test Username, Password and URL to info[at]pqina.nl, I’m happy to take a look on your WordPress installation.

    I sent you a login

    Plugin Author Rik Schennink

    (@pqina)

    Thanks! Looking into it now.

    Plugin Author Rik Schennink

    (@pqina)

    I’ve reproduced the issue on my test environment. Will probably release a new version of Snippy in a couple hours. Thanks for reporting this problem.

    Plugin Author Rik Schennink

    (@pqina)

    New version 1.3.5 of Snippy has been uploaded, should fix the issue. Please confirm.

    You are the man – thanks so much!

    Such a valuable plugin – any way I can support?

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