Support » Plugin: Connections Business Directory » Upgrade to wp 5.3 and php 7.3 fpm

  • Resolved frachtcontor

    (@frachtcontor)


    Hello,

    after i upgraded to WP 5.3 and php 7.3 fpm on debian 10. We got the problem, if we try to add a new person or edit one of the old, there is no field where we can enter or edit stuff. It don’t show up.

    Is this a known issue with 5.3?

    Kind Regards,
    Timo

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

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  • Plugin Author Steven

    (@shazahm1hotmailcom)

    There are currently no known issue with WP 5.3 or PHP 7.3. I suggest looking into the PHP error logs. There might be info in their that might reveal the source of the issue.

    Hm no error in the log.
    The input fields just dont appear.
    Is this a permission problem or something?

    Nothing special…
    [15-Nov-2019 16:40:18.190735] DEBUG: pid 12991, fpm_event_loop(), line 435: event module triggered 1 events
    [15-Nov-2019 16:40:19.182997] DEBUG: pid 12991, fpm_pctl_perform_idle_server_maintenance(), line 378: [pool www] currently 0 active children, 10 spare children, 10 running children. Spawning rate 1

    Ah ok I found it. I need now to click right up corner on a invisible action.

    class="widget-action"
    /wp-includes/js/tinymce/skins/lightgray/skin.min.css.map

    • This reply was modified 3 weeks, 4 days ago by frachtcontor.
    Plugin Author Steven

    (@shazahm1hotmailcom)

    I’m sorry, but what do you mean by invisible action?

    The small icon on the right up corner is invisible where you click and the input fields appear under it.

    Regards

    Plugin Author Steven

    (@shazahm1hotmailcom)

    This does not sound like a Connections user interface element… unless I am not understanding. Could you please share a screenshot?

    Screenshot

    you have to click where the red mark is to open up the input fields.

    Plugin Author Steven

    (@shazahm1hotmailcom)

    Ok, I see it seems that WP requires another class to be added to the element in order to be visibile. BUt, should not matter in the sense that these are open by default and the open/close state is not persistent. To say it in another way, the field sets would be visible without having to click on this element. So, it seems something else is causing the this element to be triggered in your admin. At this point I suspect another plugin not limiting its javascript to its own admin pages.

    I did make a CSS tweak to ensure this element at least is shown in WP 5.3, so that should help.

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