[Resolved] GPP & GP3 – Elements Bug

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  • #1476460
    FunkyCss

    Hi,

    I have tested the GPP & GP3 and i noticed a serious issue with Elements.

    1. I have set up a hook with a custom field in a product page, where it adds some php to display the field above image.

    2. I disable the GPP plugin , the hook looks to be there still.

    3. Tried to change the theme and added the default of wp and the hook is still there! ( GPP Disabled )

    4. Deleted GPP plugin and everything works fine without the Hook!

    #1476491
    FunkyCss

    More way to test it.

    1. Install GP and GPP

    2. Install a GP template

    3. Add a Hook Element

    4. Remove Site template and import a new one

    5. Old hooks arent on Elements but they are still functional as you have GPP.

    #1476509
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    any chance we could see the site where the hooks are still being printed after the plugin is disabled ?

    #1476532
    FunkyCss

    Hallo David , i have updated the link , also i have send you user and pass if you want to test .

    #1476809
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    If GPP is disabled, there is no way for the Hook to still execute – WordPress isn’t aware of the code that adds the hooks.

    This sounds like caching – something is likely caching your database queries, so it’s keeping the old Elements query on the page even when it’s not there.

    Be sure to clear all caching after changes are made to the site (like a Hook being deleted).

    #1476885
    FunkyCss

    Yes probably that one was serverside caching as i dont use in this test site any cache plugin.

    i will check it again

    #1476936
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    That’s the only explanation I believe 🙂

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