September 1, 2013 at 9:17 am #9604
I created two levels (all access is checked). Then I went to the “Manage Content Protection” tab in order to define “General Protection” (I like to protect content by category). But the list of pages, posts, comments … is missing. The same happens with membership levels instead of “General Protection”. I tested it with different browsers.
WP 3.6, multiuser installation (eMember only activated in 1 blog), eMember 8.7.2,
all other plugins updatedSeptember 2, 2013 at 1:42 am #57511
I will investigate it more today and post an updateSeptember 2, 2013 at 2:28 pm #57512
Thanks you, you are right, sometimes I have problems with the WP JS. But here it is not the reason I suppose. I did some refreshes every day. Now I tested it on another installation. It is my old membership site where eMember was not active all the time. There it works well. Now I activated debug mode.eMember_debug.log is still empty.September 3, 2013 at 3:33 am #57513
okay since it is working on one site and not the other, it tells me that you have a conflict with one of the plugins that you are using. Can you please do the plugin test and report back?
It is probably going to be one plugin that you are not using on your other site (where everything works).September 6, 2013 at 11:10 am #57514
Thank you! I tested it now and had a look on your lists with plugins. I deleteed Maintenance Mode completely. I deactivated all other plugins but of course not WordPress MU Domain Mapping and eMember. With a minus (-) I mark the plugins that are not installed on the website where eMember works well.
Here is a list of my active plugins:
Contact Form 7
My Category Order –
Subscribe To “Double-Opt-In” Comments
WordPress MU Domain Mapping –
XSD socialshareprivacy –
WPtouchSeptember 6, 2013 at 11:55 pm #57515
Okay but did you figure out which one was causing the issue? I mean which plugin makes the manage content production page in eMember to not work correctly?
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