But now you saying a totally different thing which won't help. If the staging is not 100% reflecting the live it's useless to troubleshoot there. You guys should know that, if you say this plugin is the issue (can't be) you wont see that since it will still not work on live and you´re back on square one. I don't know how you think here..
We won't buy all these plugins for just this issue it's a lot of integrations and CDN domains etc and other things which won't work on the staging and won't reflect the reality. And I don't see the issue why you need to do this. Disable plugins is the easy way to blame other devs.
And since there is no error in the log I don't think there is any conflict. The conflict is then the theme not the plugins.
We can't rebuild the whole site with global block it's a lot of work my friend. But I see what you saying. But I still consider you can debug this without having access to all settings in wordpress. You will have access to what you need. global JS and widget and page builder. Disable plugins we won't go that road once again and can't give you access to that and you know why. It's neither the way to go according to me it's the theme not the plugins.
Let me know when you have a better solution to it. Since everything worked before theme update. It's the theme to fix not blaming the plugins.
I'm friendly now and let you have access to what you need but still you keep on saying you want admin rights why?
- Already tried.
- Require to rebuild the whole template for something the theme update broke and is a prebuilt functionality in the theme. Not an option right now keep on digging.
So you can have access but not admin rights dunno why you keep on pushing for that or staging which won't reflect the reality since we have layer on layer and won't buy all plugins and another cdn setup for the staging.
It can be solved you just need to find the bug in the theme, thanks.