Support » Plugin: My Login Logout Plugin » The plugin prevent WordPress SEO and Screen Options from working.

  • Hey there…

    Thank you for being on top of support requests just FYI.

    I have identified a issue with the current version. WordPress SEO by Yoast and also the WP “Screen Options” tab in the top right corner does not work when this plugin is active. I am 99% sure it is this plugin. When I deactivate it both work. When I activate it both do not work.

    It also could be effecting other areas, but this is what I have noticed so far.

    I hope this helps. Can you rollout a fix?

    🙂

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/my-loginlogout/

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  • Plugin Author nagarjunsonti

    (@nagarjunsonti)

    Sorry for late replay,i will check and fix it.

    Thanks for your support.

    Plugin Author nagarjunsonti

    (@nagarjunsonti)

    Hi,
    I Tested on this new version by installing the WordPress SEO by Yoast plugin every thing working fine.

    I am sorry, I am not aware how top attache the screen shots in the forum.

    If you are facing problem, please comment the line no: 124 in login_logout.php file.
    “wp_enqueue_script( ‘jquery-2.0.2-min-js’, plugins_url( ‘/js/jquery-2.0.2-min.js’, __FILE__ ));”

    Still if you facing problem, it appreciated send screens shots to nagarjunsonti@gmail.com

    Hey @nagarjunsonti

    Below is a link for the screenshots . . .

    Sure. I will look at the code you mentioned but will that have potential impact on other plugins etc. I don’t want to have to remember that it was done and then run into other issues because of what I commented out…ya know what I mean. Can we try to fix it in the plugin?

    Here are screenshots. The first few area the errors and shows where WordPress SEO and the upper right “screen options” will not work when the plugin is installed. When I deactivate it, the next few screenshots shows no errors in on the page and WordPress SEO and the “screen options” work. I hope the error messages will help narrow the issue…

    Screenshots: http://postimg.org/gallery/o712ed5g/74510105/

    Please let me know…

    🙂

    . . . also, update . . . I tried commenting out the first line and the second below. I got a fatal error for both.

    I noticed your code you quoted ends in the middle of the 2nd line of the below code though (i.e. . . . FILE__) , array . . .)?

    wp_enqueue_script('jquery-2.0.2-min-js');
    wp_register_script('myjs', plugins_url('/js/myjs.js', __FILE__), array('jquery'),'1.1', true);

    Best . . .

    Plugin Author nagarjunsonti

    (@nagarjunsonti)

    Hi All,
    I fixed the bug, Please download it, otherwise copy and past the code.

    Change the entire code in myjs.js file with

    “var myloginlogout = jQuery.noConflict();
    myloginlogout(document).ready(function(){

    myloginlogout(“#show_custom_login_button”).click(function(){
    myloginlogout( “#login-dropdown” ).hide(1000);
    myloginlogout( “#custom_loginid” ).show(1000);
    myloginlogout( “#show_custom_login_button” ).hide(1000);

    });

    myloginlogout(“#hide_custom_login_button”).click(function(){
    myloginlogout( “#custom_loginid” ).hide( 1000);
    myloginlogout( “#custom_login_url” ).val(“”);
    myloginlogout( “#login-dropdown” ).show(1000);
    myloginlogout( “#show_custom_login_button” ).show(1000);//button

    });
    });

    “.

    And

    Replace the 2 lines of code in loginlogout.php file( Line number:131 and 132)

    “wp_register_script(‘jquery-2.0.2-min-js’, plugins_url(‘/js/jquery-2.0.2-min.js’, __FILE__), array(‘jquery’),’2.0.2′, true);
    wp_enqueue_script(‘jquery-2.0.2-min-js’);”

    With

    “wp_register_script(‘jquery’, ‘http://code.jquery.com/jquery-latest.min.js’, false);
    wp_enqueue_script(‘jquery’);”.

    I am sorry for troubling you very much.
    Thanks for your support

    Just received…will try it ASAP…thanks…

    @nagarjunsonti

    I have to report to you that this caused my site to go complete blank (white page). I had to deactivate all plugins and figure out/remember one by one which were active along with reset some settings on some plugins (as some lose there settings when deactivated). By the way, I never added code direct. I just installed the plugin fresh and the site went down immediately even before actually activating.

    Anyhow, I was also told referring to a particular version of JQuery is not the best practice.

    Thank you for your efforts and you are responsive.

    However, I can not trust this plugin with my site(s).

    I wanted to give you this info so you know.

    All the best,

    🙂

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