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We aren’t using your plugin, but rolling back to 3.6.8 fixed this issue on our installation as well.
mm well perhaps that’s my problem to begin with 😛 Thanks!
Also missed this setting. The text currently reads:
“analytics.js is recommended in most situations. gtag.js is a wrapper for analytics.js and should only be used if you’re using other Google services. Both are hosted locally when this option is selected! gtag.js and analytics.js can only be used with the v3 API. GA v4 (beta) users should choose gtag.js (V4 API). I don’t know what to choose.”
Instead something like:
“analytics.js is recommended in most situations, except for GA v4 users. gtag.js is a wrapper for analytics.js and should only be used if you’re using other Google services. Both are hosted locally when this option is selected! gtag.js and analytics.js can only be used with the v3 API. GA v4 (beta) users should choose gtag.js (V4 API). I don’t know what to choose.”
However I still haven’t gotten it working :/
This one definitely threw our team for a loop.
I tried adding these to the functions.php but it doesn’t seem to resolve the issue.
In fact, it just keeps causing critical errors…
How is this code meant to be applied?
hopefully it doesn’t have to be manually updated every update?
- This reply was modified 10 months ago by supaiku.
We’re also getting a fatal error when attempting to publish posts to discourse:
An error of type E_ERROR was caused in line 207 of the file /www/sociocracyforall_679/public/wp-content/themes/Divi/includes/builder/feature/gutenberg/blocks/Layout.php. Error message: Uncaught ArgumentCountError: Too few arguments to function ET_GB_Block_Layout::get_the_excerpt(), 1 passed in /www/sociocracyforall_679/public/wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php on line 303 and exactly 2 expected in /www/sociocracyforall_679/public/wp-content/themes/Divi/includes/builder/feature/gutenberg/blocks/Layout.php:207 Stack trace: #0 /www/sociocracyforall_679/public/wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php(303): ET_GB_Block_Layout->get_the_excerpt('It was yet anot...') #1 /www/sociocracyforall_679/public/wp-includes/plugin.php(189): WP_Hook->apply_filters('It was yet anot...', Array) #2 /www/sociocracyforall_679/public/wp-content/plugins/wp-discourse/lib/discourse-publish.php(271): apply_filters('get_the_excerpt', 'It was yet anot...') #3 /www/sociocracyforall_679/public/wp-content/plugins/wp-discourse/lib/discourse-publish.php(209): WPDiscourse\DiscoursePublish\DiscoursePublish->sync_to_discourse_work(32452, 'The day I conse...', '
I believe we may also having a similar issue:
WE have groups of students trying to use the same course and they keep reporting all sorts of issues with being logged out and not being able to go to the next course.
- This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by supaiku.
I was trying to figure this out and it seems it’s not very feasible with the sensei mechanic.
Plugins like Uncanny automator can’t do woocommerce actions. I wasn’t able to figure this out.
It works with LearnDash though.
Thanks, I’ve opened a ticket here and have been awaiting a reply.
It’d be swell if this fix could get merged so we don’t have to keep manually patching it, thank you!
Also having this issue.
It seems it may be limited to subscription products, but it’s not clear. I’ll do conflict testing.
- This reply was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by supaiku.
I figured outa super wonky work around:
1. Open *EVERY* lesson in a tab in Firefox
2. use the OneTab function to reduce the tabs and export to a TXT file
3. use NotePad++ or another editor to replace various things until I have a tidy list of 30+ css things for each and every lesson’s postid.
There must be a better way, eh?
I’ve come back around on this and realized that previous solution doesn’t actually solve the problem.
I need to target not just the Course page itself, but all lessons within a course.
is there some way to do this with CSS?
Guess this was pretty straightforward, just add llc to the list of valid domains… Works 🙂
You can do this on your own webserver by changing the line noted in this commit:
Mods like this are overwritten when a new update is released, but hopefully the fix will be committed before the next update.
Rolling back to 3.7.2 (from 3.7.4) seems to have fixed it.
It would appear the changes related to the ACF fix were the cause.
For some reason only that version was available to roll back to, which is unfortunate. It’s helpful to have old versions available for troubleshooting.