Menu Items disappearing/being empty on save or post edit

I’ve been having this weird issue on a site for a few weeks now, tried everything I found by searching but still not being able to find a clue of the issue.

Whenever I add some items to the Menu (Appearance > Menus), a few items become empty. And then gets removed when I click the Save button again. Similarly, if I edit any posts, the same thing happens with the menu items.

Here’s what I’ve tried so far,

  1. Increased max_execution_time, max_input_vars, max_input_time, memory_limit, post_max_size, upload_max_filesize, max_file_uploads in PHP.ini. I set those to very high numbers but still no luck
  2. Then I tried copying the site to another hosting and on my localhost, but no luck. Did #1 on all the environments.
  3. Changed the theme to default 2021 and deactivated all plugins, still no luck
  4. Checked the database, wp_posts table has 4.6k rows with size of total 10.8MB, with overheads of about 300KB. So, I tried changing the storage engine of that table to innoDB from MyISAM but the problem is still happening.

Is there anyone who faced similar condition? What could be the issue?

Admin > Customers > All Customers > Edit Customer: > left hand tab "Account Information"

How can I populate this field so it’s filled in when a customer creates an account?

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the name is customer[account_number]

I have a field above which is a duplicate but we call it something different and it populates correctly.

The name of that input is name="customer[parent_customer_id]"

Even know it’s redundant I want both fields to populate. What file and where should i be editing to populate customer[account_number] in it’s respective field.

power automate – Elements in calendar only visible after manual edit

I’m generating calendar entries by Power Automate.

In one case (specific calendar, specific Flow) I encounter strange behaviour. No automated entry is visible in standard calendar view. Manually created entries are visible. All entries are visible in list view.

However, once I make an arbitrary edit to one of the automatic generated entries, it is suddenly visible in the standard calendar view. It even works if I just open an entry and save it.

When comparing the automated entries in list view with all columns activated I can’t see any differences.

What could hinder the automated entries from being displayed in standard calendar view? The problem has to be located within my flow, as other flows succeed in creating visible entries for calendars, but I’m currently clueless about where to look.

Disable title block on edit screen for a custom post type

I have a custom post type with a custom block to collect required data and store it in post meta data or standard fields like title or slug, so I don’t want to display the Title block. I can’t disable title support in the CPT, because too much else depends on it.

The only successful attempt so far has been using CSS to target the id “post-title-0” of the for the title and can clearly enqueue a small CSS file depending on the post type, but I don’t want to depend on something set by WordPress that I can’t control; it feels that something in Javascript would be a better way to go if possible. I was wondering if WP provde any hooks for this but haven’t found any.

I’m a javascript novice, having started learning it in the last few weeks in order to write some custom blocks, so am not clear on the extent of what can be acheived with it. (I have 50 years experience of programming, just not in JS).

It would be OK to only hide the title until the post has been saved.

I did see one relevant post on here but it was for the Gutenberg plug-in and I didn’t know if I could adapt it for current versions.

Has anyone any ideas?

magento2.1.6 – How to edit “Notify me when this product is in stock” text on product page

You can turn on your Template Path Hints and see which file it is.

Check this link:

And when you are editing you should follow Magento’s best practice.

Template customization walkthrough

To customize a template:

  1. Locate the template which is associated with the page/block you want to change using template hints.

  2. Copy the template to your theme folder according to the template storing convention.

  3. Make the required changes.

To add a new template in a theme:

  1. Add a template in your theme directory according to the template storing convention.

  2. Assign your template to a block in the corresponding layout file.


How to create a SharePoint List where my colleagues can only add, edit or delete records (their own or somebody elses)?

How can I create a SharePoint List where my colleagues can only add, edit or delete records.

Their own or somebody elses. But when I create a list my colleagues can also customize the list f.e: Adding new columns, sorting and filtering and grouping, or create new views. And I don’t want that.

Is their a way to create a list so that someone else only can add, edit, or delete records (their own or somebody elses)?

PowerApp Form’s Edit mode when double-clicking on the list item – get rid off the Edit All button

I found this tip about how to open a PowerApp Form directly in Edit Mode (How to go directly to Edit mode in PowerApps Form attached to SharePoint List?).
I tried it and it works, but only partially because I cannot get rid of “Edit all” which still appears in the ribbon of the form (and not Save, Cancel…etc, as expected). One must still click on “Edit All” to be able to save the modifications.

Can one edit the sections in a Google form after sending it?

Yes you can.

First of all make a copy of your form(a test form), link it to a new answer sheet and submit couple of test replies.
Following that, make the changes you want and submit again some replies.

If you notice no changes to your answer sheet, continue by making the same changes to the original form. Problem solved 🙂

If you do notice differences to the answer sheet, then please follow these steps.

Important note
If I were you, I would first make a note -by checking the already existing timestamps- of when the least activity is registered and take the following steps during a passive period.

  1. Change the logic of your sections
  2. Unlink the answer sheet
  3. Relink your form to the same answer sheet.

Following the above steps a new tab will be created in your answer sheet where new submissions will be recorded.
To have results from both tabs together, create a third tab where by using formulas you can import date both previous tabs.