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Thank you for offering these suggestions, but I think I can take it from here.
It seems that no matter WHAT plugin combination I tried, I only had a limit of 18 plugins able to be activated at once, including user role editor pro, before my VC grid builder stopped working.
This leads me to believe that there is simply excess data or junk in my build that is causing the wordpress “heartbeat” function to overload with ajax calls. I installed the “WP Sweep” plugin to clean out some of the orphaned data and this seemed to help. I have now activated 2 additional plugins and it still seems to work.
This could also be the case that I don’t have enough memory allocated for my WordPress build?
I’m not too sure, but it sounds like the cuplrit is more technical, and not related to your plugin at the moment.
Thank you again for all your help and suggestions!
Thank you for all your hard work with looking into this. Unfortunately I don’t have a test environment that I can give you access to at the moment. I can list all the active plugins that I am using on my platform.
Admin Custom Login – Version 2.5.2
Advanced Custom Fields PRO – Version 5.5.14
Advanced Custom Fields: Nav Menu Field – Version 2.0.0
BP Registration Options – Version 4.3.2
BuddyPress – Version 2.8.2
CB Change Mail Sender – Version 1.1
Conditional Profile Fields for BuddyPress – Version 1.1.9
Featured Image From URL – Version 1.5.2
Force Login – Version 5.0
Gravity Forms – Version 2.2.3
Gravity Forms + Custom Post Types – Version 3.1.7
Really Simple SSL – Version 2.5.17
Search & Filter Pro – Version 2.3.4
SSL Insecure Content Fixer – Version 2.4.0
User Menus – Version 1.1.2
User Role Editor Pro – Version 4.35.1
WPBakery Visual Composer – Version 5.2
I also deactivated the following to fix my issue:
Custom Post Type UI – Version 1.5.4
Duplicate Post – Version 3.2
Thank you for making the video, that was very kind of you!
Well, I turned on the last option in the User Role Editor options called “activate content view restrictions,” default view = Allow View, For users = any role, show access error message.
I am using Buddypress, custom post types, and the custom post type UI plugins.
I played around disabling some of them, and choose to disable the custom post type UI.
These settings made my post grid work again!
This is not what I would have assumed though. When an option says “turn on restrictions,” my thoughts would be to NOT choose that if something is broken.
I hope this information is helpful 🙂
Thank you for the quick response. Unfortunately, I checked my server error log, apache log, and error_log.php. None of them had any additional error messages for this.
I had also tried this with an earlier version of VC 5.1.1, which is why I decided to upgrade to see if that solved the problem, which it did not.
I read the changelog of VC 5.1.1 and this was at the top of the file:
04.04.2017 – ver 5.1.1
Added: extra security check for grid ajax calls to harden security
09.03.2017 – ver 5.1
Added: Element Id for all elements
Added: Image size control for Grid Builder media elements
Update: Grid Builder Backend editor style user interface
I sent you an email with a link to VC 5.1.1, so you can test this version.
Thank you again!