I have a function
$post = get_post( 2323 ); $output = apply_filters( 'the_content', $post->post_content );
SELECT * FROMwp_posts
= '2323' post_content
However this is the original post when it was first created.
The latest version of the post content resides here:
SELECT * FROMwp_postmeta
= '2323' meta_id ='5662' meta_key ='aviaLayoutBuilderCleanData'
1. Why Enfolds is not updating the original post. This goes against native WordPress
$content=apply_filters('the_content', get_post_field('post_content', $my_postid));
2. If the post update is being saved in post_meta – How do I get the actual post_content and apply_filters() ?
Let’s say my post/page has 5 revisions
When I click on 5 Revisions in the post/page sidebar it goes nowhere – there are no revisions
The only other time I could review revisions is when I change the permalink and post title. The revision screen I was only presented with the post title difference to restore, it did not show any content differences. The pervious revision was 3 days old even though I had been updating all day.
I also think this is related to ISSUE 1 above, in that the original post is not actually updated. ALB is saving to post_meta
I look forward to your explanation.
All this was caused by the new WordPress Gutenberg Editor
I gather ENFOLD is still not fully compatible after reading a few post on the subject
For other people – the solution is to install Classic Editor by WordPress Contributors
open each page/post and update!
Kriesi, may be you could include a ENFOLD notification to users that the classic editor plugin is required until you resolve your compatibility issues
cheers : )
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