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[Closed] Like invisibility problem in wpforo 2.0

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selsebil
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Hi,

I reported this problem months ago. But I was said that there was no such problem. I waited to someone notice it, but anybody did not report it. So, I decided to make a video to easily explain. I made a video from this support forum and uploaded it to Youtube, but I will delete it after the wpforo team watch it. Here is the link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wx6CgNp2i4

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selsebil
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Dear wpforo team,

Have you seen this post?

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Chris
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HI @selsebil,

Yes I have sent it to the Devs, will let you know what we got. Sorry for the late response.

selsebil
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@chris Thank you. I am very pleased now.

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 fawp
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This had been posted before here

https://wpforo.com/community/general-forums-bug-reports/26043/#post-75420

 

Thanks God for videos!

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selsebil
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@fawp It had been answered as bad internet connection. But my internet speed is very fast in my desktop. This must be based on another reason.

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Hi @selsebil,

Try this hook:

add_filter('wpforo_cache_reaction', '__return_false' );

Then Delete All Caches, Server Side, Website, wpForo Delete All Caches Function from Overview admin page, and then try again.

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selsebil
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@chris Thank you, where should I past this hook? And, the problem is still going on in this your forum.

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@selsebil,

Solution by inserting the code in Themes functions.php file

Add the code at the end(bottom) of the current active theme functions.php file

Option one: open functions.php file from wp-content > themes > current active theme.

Option Two: Go to Dashboard > Appearance Theme File Editor, select Theme Functions(functions.php) file from Theme Files Bar.

Please mention that the code can be lost after updating or changing the theme.

Solution by using Code Snippets Plugin

Install and Activate Code Snippets plugin( https://wordpress.org/plugins/code-snippets/).

Go to Dashboard > Snippets > Add New.

Insert the code in code field:

Check that the new created snippet is active from Dashboard > Snippets > All Snippets.