Support » Plugin: Gantry 5 Framework » Update to Gantry 5.4.19 broke drop-down menus on Chrome, Opera and Android

  • Resolved robmcgonigle

    (@robmcgonigle)


    This has reduced a commercially effective 63 page site to 9 pages that can be browsed. So I have restored Gantry 5 to 5.4.18.

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  • Plugin Author Gantry

    (@gantry)

    Hi,

    I’m sorry to hear about your issue. Gantry 5.4.19 is a release which focuses on solving false positive ClamAV on main.js file. The fix was about admin portion of the js and basically required us to use unpacked version of file instead of the packed one. This shouldn’t affect your menus so I’m a little bit surprised.

    Did you try cleaning all of the caches after updating? Gantry 5 cache? Any other cache or minify plugin that your site uses?

    I have checked your site and one of the minification plugins can cause the issues as the page structure is wrong ie. the first tag of the source code is head and doctype and other tags that should be first are later.

    Please check these screenshots :

    https://monosnap.com/file/sX6926lwcWSB951UspbnLzuVStcQ3N.png
    https://monosnap.com/file/hlck8A7hCLSwjMUMTidlpAJktkO91Z.png

    Do you have a copy of your site somewhere locally so you can experiment on it?

    Thread Starter robmcgonigle

    (@robmcgonigle)

    In answer to questions.
    Yes I did clear the cache before every test.

    Then I disabled the WP Rocket plugin and deleted the
    /public_html/wp-content/cache/ directory.

    After upgrading to Gantry 5.4.19 again i found that only cache files were in
    /public_html/wp-content/cache/gantry5/g5_hydrogen/ …

    The menus worked but the pages were still <head> over <!DOCTYPE html> .

    Enabling WP Rocket 2.10.9 again recreated the problem so I disabled all mimify settings as you suggested and this is now working.

    Thank you for your suggestions.

    I will raise a ticket over with the good folk at WP Rocket.

    Plugin Author Gantry

    (@gantry)

    Great! I’m glad you got it working 🙂

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