Support » Plugin: Enable jQuery Migrate Helper » This plugin doesn’t work for network sites right?

  • Resolved acwporg

    (@acwporg)


    I see on my primary site on the network, I get this message in the console

    JQMIGRATE: Migrate is installed, version 3.3.2

    but it doesn’t appear on any sub-sites and they are broken..

    Only seems to have happened since the 5.6 upgrade today.

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  • Strange, it should let me look into this.

    Plugin Author Marius L. J.

    (@clorith)

    Hiya,

    So what it sounds like is happening is that it’s not set to a downgraded option, if you are using the plugin version 1.2.0, you’ll have a new menu option on each individual site under Tools > jQuery Migrate, where you can set the version to be legacy, which will revert to the older jQuery version where needed.

    It should work just fine on multisite, I must admit I’ve not done extensive testing on multisite, but the base code is setup to just do it’s thing on each individual site 🤔

    Thread Starter acwporg

    (@acwporg)

    Thanks Marius. 1.2 didn’t have the option you mentioned but the new 1.3 did and console now shows JQMigrate installed.. so all good.

    @seedprod this didn’t fix our issue in 5.12.8.

    @acwporg I released 5.12.9 which should fix it. If not contact support@seedprod.com

    Friends, I installed this plugin and I think I had some abnormalities on my website and I needed to urgently restore my backup and disable and remove this plugin, it was complicated my website had only the first two errors in the list of this print https://prnt.sc/wa16cg and with the plugin activated it went to 32 fatal errors, after restoring our site still shows this warning on the console about Migrate v3.3.2
    https://prnt.sc/wa18f1

    I think I understand now. I read this news from WordFence that explains something about the future of WordPress in relation to the compatibility of recent versions of JQuery.

    https://www.wordfence.com/blog/2020/12/wordpress-5-6-introduces-a-new-risk-to-your-site-what-to-do/

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