|communityed||# Posted on April 24, 2018 at 1:39 am|
Thanks for looking into this. Not only does it break the Media Library functionality in WordPress but it also breaks the Event Cart where events fail to add to the cart and a blank box is displayed when you try. Everything goes back to normal when I disable the plugin. The entire WordPress > Media > Library fails to display any content. Also if I try to add an media, I get an error message but the file actually uploads to the server. Once I disable the plugin, I can see the content I uploaded. You can take a look at the Event Cart issue here since I still have the plugin enabled (http://www.lamission.edu/communityedwp/index.php/courses/test/). Try adding the event to the cart and you will see what happens. My WordPress setup is running on Windows IIS with the FastCGI php handler (also latest version). If you need admin access to the wordpress site, let me know and I’ll provide access.