February 22, 2014 at 10:10 am #91912
I'm about 1,000 pages into a rebuild of my Genesis site in Epik theme on a temp URL. No theme problems to speak of, but over the past week I've had intermittent, and now very persistent issues with sidebars not opening (accordion won't open) for me to add/remove content when on the widgets.php page in Dashboard. The problem extends to the available widgets themselves, they do nothing when I click on them so I can't add them to the sidebars. I'm up to date on all plugins, theme, and WordPress and can't find any errors using Firebug, so I'm stumped. Ideas?http://gator2020.hostgator.com/~fhFebruary 22, 2014 at 10:57 am #91919
February 22, 2014 at 12:23 pm #91932
The only plugins new to this test installation (as opposed to the live installation at the moment) are:
Excerpts for Pages
Term Management Tools
Genesis plugins which I also run on the live installation with no trouble:
Genesis Featured Grid
Genesis Printstyle Plus
Genesis Responsive Slider
Genesis Simple Breadcrumbs
Genesis Simple Hooks
Genesis Simple Menus
Genesis Simple Sidebars
Genesis Social Profiles Menu
Genesis Widgetized Footer
Other plugins, which are also running on the live installation with no trouble:
AJAX Thumbnail Rebuild
Categories to Tags Converter Importer
Google Maps GPX viewer
Post Type Switcher
Simple Social Icons
I use WP Super Cache as well but have that deactivated on the test siteFebruary 22, 2014 at 4:34 pm #91960
None of those are any of the ones that I had. Have you tried deactivating the newest ones one at a time, going back newest to oldest and see if one of them might be causing this? Just because a plugin is up-to-date doesn't mean that it's not causing a conflict.
I had to go back to an older version of WP-UI on one site because the update caused the tabs layout to stop working, while that update worked fine on two other sites.
Doesn't Shortcodes UI do something with shortcodes in widgets? You should also be able to check the error_log for that site... it's easy to find since you're using Hostgator. That might give you a clue where to look next.
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