For some reason the latest W3 cache inactivates the dropdown menus when using Qode Interactive’s Minimum Theme v4.2 (latest far as I know) in WordPress 5.7.
These plug-ins in their latest version (except where noted) work fine together
Easy Updates Manager
Health Check & Troubleshooting
Minimum Core (Part of the theme)
Really Simple SSL pro
Really Simple SSL
Server IP & Memory Usage Display
TLS 1.2 Compatibility Test
W3 Total Cache 2.1.0 (At first)
WooCommerce Order Emails Log
WooCommerce Product Enquiry Form
WooCommerce Extra Product Options Pro 2.4.4
Once W3 total cache was updated to the current version 2.1.2 this triggered the dropdown menus stop working. I wish it was so simple I could go back to 2.1.0 and it would work again, but it seems once this bug has been triggered, deactivating all other plug-ins doesn’t help, so this might not even be a conflict. I just verified that also 2.1.0 can trigger this.
Deactivating W3 Total Cache with all the mentioned plug-ins active does indeed work. I’m running this site without a cache now. A somewhat puzzling conflict.
I’ve also tried (All of this in backup versions) deactivating the caches, but not until I deactivate the plug-in itself does the problem go away.
The problem doesn’t remain if I switch theme, so it’s likely the theme and its plugin Minimum core is behind this. I’ll report this to QODE as well.
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