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  • It’s not fixed, looks like the code was not even changed.

    I did do spreadlabs fix yesterday and it worked great. Then I updated the plugin today based off what you said and it took the hamburger icon right off again. I looked at the code and what spreadlab suggested was not changed on the most recent version. There are still single quotation marks around true in both sections.

    This is the last time I am updating this plugin. I will just work on it myself manually.

    The only way I was able to fix this was to deactivate the plugin, delete it from WordPress, then go into FTP and delete the plugin files from there too since they remained for some reason. Then I had to manually upload an older version of the plugin through FTP, 1.1.2, then manually override/upload those files with the latest version again through FTP.

    It appears that updating this plugin through the regular WordPress way will cause the Hamburger issue. I will probably never update this plugin again, or at least not through the normal WordPress update plugin page.


    The only way I was able to bring back the wpmm_mobile_menu_btn class was to deactivate, and then delete the plugin. Then I had up upload an older version 1.1.2 through FTP, then upload the latest version again through FTP. This brought back the mobile button/icon. reinstalling the latest 1.1.4 through WordPress plugin page, or even updating 1.1.2 to 1.1.4 through plugin page did not work, had to do it all manually through FTP.

    It appears that updating the plugin files through WordPress will cause this issue. I also tried this on a brand new install of WordPress on a different server with one of the generic WordPress themes Twentysixteen. 1.1.4 had no wpmm_mobile_menu_btn class on a blank new site, and I had to do the same thing with installing an older version and overiding those files through FTP.

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