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  • Plugin Author d4mation

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    @feralreason

    To confirm, did you run the database upgrade from the admin notice after activating the plugin? This is necessary for many aspects of Client Dash to function properly.

    d4mation

    (@d4mation)

    Simon,

    Unfortunately, I have received no response from Facebook about this. Have you had any luck on your end?

    Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: [Client Dash] PHP Errors
    Plugin Author d4mation

    (@d4mation)

    @joncon62

    I’m sorry for the delay in getting back to you. I’ll have to see if I can reproduce this on my end. I just updated my Docker container that I run WP in locally and it only bumped PHP to 7.3.x so I’ll need bump that up manually.

    Thank you for the detailed report!

    Plugin Author d4mation

    (@d4mation)

    @macdawne

    Just to double check, did you run the database upgrade that is prompted after activating the plugin? This is necessary for most aspects of it to work.

    It should appear as an Admin Notice in your dashboard.

    d4mation

    (@d4mation)

    @skyverge

    Unfortunately, I already tried using an incognito window during my testing to ensure it wasn’t a cached response due to an adblocker or something similar. With all potentially conflicting browser extensions disabled and in an incognito window the issue still existed.

    d4mation

    (@d4mation)

    I can click the button “Manage Connection” button under WooCommerce -> Settings -> Integration -> Facebook for WooCommerce and it pops up the separate browser Window for Facebook just fine.

    Then when I click Advanced Options -> Reconnect Catalog in that window, nothing happens. When checking the Network Tab in the Browser console, I found the above error when inspecting the request it was making.

    I double-checked and I’m running the latest version of the plugin as well as WooCommerce and WordPress.

    Plugin Author d4mation

    (@d4mation)

    @vkbeall

    In this case, you will want to create the User using the Author User Role. The Author User Role only has access to Posts by default and they are also only able to Edit and Publish their own Posts. You can find information about the default WordPress User Roles here: https://wordpress.org/support/article/roles-and-capabilities/#summary-of-roles

    Then you could use Client Dash to remove any other Admin Menu Items aside from Posts and this custom Page. You may want to look at our Pro extension for the plugin so that you can add multiple custom Admin Pages: https://realbigplugins.com/plugins/client-dash-pro/

    Keep in mind that many plugins Use “post” as the “Capability Type” for their Custom Post Types. So the Author User would still technically have access to these items. Using Client Dash to hide those extra menu items will help prevent them from getting into things you do not want them to though.

    I’m going to mark this as “resolved” for now. Please let me know if I misinterpreted your question!

    Plugin Author d4mation

    (@d4mation)

    I released a new version of Client Dash that defines Keys for the buttons being added here. I wasn’t able to reproduce this, so I’ll leave this not marked as resolved for now. But please let me know if v2.1.5 fixes your issue.

    Plugin Author d4mation

    (@d4mation)

    @nextendweb

    Thank you so much for the detailed report! I have just pushed a release to address this. It should be set for your user now.

    The iFrame resizing was originally added because another user wanted to embed YouTube videos in our Dashboard Widgets. I have now restricted that resizing code to only apply to our Dashboard Widgets and Admin Pages in v2.1.5 of Client Dash.

    Plugin Author d4mation

    (@d4mation)

    I tried it with PHP 7.1.33-14 in case I misunderstood which version the problem existed in and the current release works as-is with no errors as well for me.

    I was previously running PHP 7.2 before switching versions to test this.

    Plugin Author d4mation

    (@d4mation)

    @kingsky

    I don’t think that’s a very good solution since that should technically would remove the deactivation button based on the usage of that Filter.

    Can you tell me the WordPress version you’re running? I’ve tested this with WP 5.4 and PHP 7.0.33-26 and I cannot reproduce this issue.

    Maybe this is a plugin compatibility issue? Have you tried this with only Client Dash active?

    Plugin Author d4mation

    (@d4mation)

    @kingsky

    Thank you for reporting this! I am going to look into a solution right away.

    Plugin Author d4mation

    (@d4mation)

    @expfarm

    Did you click the “Database Upgrade” that shows on screen after installing the plugin? This is necessary to do some first-time setup that may be preventing accessing the settings from working.

    Forum: Reviews
    In reply to: [Client Dash] Be carefull
    Plugin Author d4mation

    (@d4mation)

    @merikborgen

    Can you please show me some screenshots of what you’re seeing? You can upload them to an imgur.com album and link them here.

    I’ve not encountered any issues like this in Client Dash in my testing.

    Plugin Author d4mation

    (@d4mation)

    @b11n

    I’m sorry for the confusion. Whenever you activate a plugin which adds something to the menu, you need to go back in and re-edit the menu for the relevant User Roles that you’d made customizations for. This will then show a “New Items” pop-over to indicate that there are items not added to your customizations that are from a newly activated plugin.

    Screenshot:
    https://imgur.com/LJsKxSH

    I can understand that this may seem annoying, but if you’re using Client Dash to customize the Menu for a less privileged role (Such as Editor) a plugin with loose permissions automatically adding a new menu item for them may be undesirable. I’ll look into trying making this optional in a future release

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