LammworksParticipantJune 28, 2018 at 11:59 pmPost count: 1
Does anyone knows where this files are located? I am certain this is a security or server (nginx) configuration issue. But i first need to figure out where to look.
Any clues?Michael CKeymasterJune 29, 2018 at 9:24 amPost count: 538
The files are stored in /wp-content/uploads/fusion-scripts/. It is possible that your server prevents JS files from being added there, or the wp uploads folder has been changed/corrupted.
However, before doing that, try enabling the option and checking if the file is created and option stays on. It is possible the error is just showing from previous problems and if re-enabled will work. If the options disables itself next time you come back or file is not created then you will know that it is a permissions issue.revans0636ParticipantJune 29, 2018 at 4:15 pmPost count: 69
After you’ve enabled the option and saved the setting, be sure you exit the admin area and visit your site from the front end as a surfer (so the fusion-scripts folder/files are regenerated – site traffic to the page content triggers their creation) then go back to the WP dashboard and check (or check for the folder with FTP).
Resetting the Fusion cache from the theme options or installing a theme update deletes all of the fusion folders as part of the housekeeping routine.TizarParticipantJuly 7, 2018 at 7:27 amPost count: 1
Faced the same problem. Turn on the option, open the site, go back to the admin panel, the option is off. Permissions on directories is 755, the folder “uploads” not changed.
File *.min.js is generated, but for some reason does not workMichaelKeymasterJuly 8, 2018 at 5:31 amPost count: 715log4enParticipantJuly 10, 2018 at 7:41 amPost count: 8
I’ve the exact same problem with last version of Avada 5.6 and SiteGround. Any suggestion?log4enParticipantJuly 11, 2018 at 3:54 pmPost count: 8
No suggestion I think. I’ve the same problem on all my sites hosted with SiteGroundInner-TreeParticipantJuly 12, 2018 at 10:34 amPost count: 1
Same problem here. There is no generation of any .js file.
Followed the steps above; meaning;
set Enable JS Compiler > OFF and cleared cache
closed window of Admin
created folders fusion-scripts and fusion styles in ~/wp-content/uploads
The folder /uploads has permissions 755
Opened the page from user perspective in another browser, went along al menu options.
Folder fusion-scripts gets not populated. There is no generation of any .js file. Fusion-styles does get populated.
Returned to (the other browser) admin and set JS Compiler > ON.
Error message re-appears.
Site is http://test.inner-tree.com
Please help?Michael CKeymasterJuly 12, 2018 at 11:23 amPost count: 538
According to our records you still have active support. If you would like support please fill out the ticket submission form – https://theme-fusion.com/support/submit-a-ticket/.
Note, the website you have posted is already running the JS compiler, so it would seem this has already been resolved.josefhaydnParticipantAugust 8, 2018 at 3:46 amPost count: 1
Is there any solution known for this problem yet?
I have exactly the same problem. It appeared in 5.4 and continues to
be a problem in 5.6.2.
JS compile option can be selected, but after re-login it is
normally gone again. The error message is the same as mentioned above.
It definitely is not a server problem. I can set my permissions manually
in the shell, I am running a Linux server. The whole subdirectory of WP
has full permissions and permissions have never been a problem before.
The same problem also exists in xampp on Windows.
My situation is this: Multisite installation, 2 subsites.
Avada creates the necessary direcories with minified CSS and JS.
But after re-login the files and corresponding directories are simply
I would be grateful for a solution and am wondering why not more
customers are experiencing this. Maybe it only happens with WP multisite
installations? AFAIK the problem has not been here before 5.4 but this
could be a coincidence since I changed to WP multisite when I updated to
5.4.MohammedaysParticipantAugust 25, 2018 at 3:35 pmPost count: 22
i have the same issue, please helpMichaelKeymasterAugust 26, 2018 at 4:46 pmPost count: 715
Are you running one or more cache plugins and enabling the JS compiler? This was the case with @Inner-tree when checked by our team. Having multiple cache resources running can lead to issues like this.
Please send your URL, WP Admin and FTP info to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will check your install for you. In the body of the email please include the link to this community forum thread.
Thank you kindlygilesbutlerParticipantAugust 30, 2018 at 2:51 amPost count: 1
We had the same issue and contacted the support guys.
Add the following to the bottom of your functions.php…
add_filter( 'fusion_compiler_js_file_is_readable', '__return_true' );
This worked for us.
Not sure if it’s related though but CSS file compilation isn’t working anymore.JollamanParticipantNovember 8, 2018 at 1:33 pmPost count: 1
@gilesbutler thanks! Your fix worked for us also.
We have WP Fastest Cache as a caching system. For anybody of you that might need it, that’s what we did:
add_filter( 'fusion_compiler_js_file_is_readable', '__return_true' );to our functions.php
– Disable WPFC cache and clear its cache
– Enable JS Compiler and clear its cache
– Enable again WPFC cache and clear its cache
Works perfectly and faster than before.
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