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I installed the ‘Connectoins’ in a website and created entries.
I am using this short code: [connections show_alphaindex='true' repeat_alphaindex='true' allow_public_override='true']
– Entries are set to ‘Public’
– in settings, login required is unchecked
– Enable public_override unchecked
– Enable private_override unchecked
Entries are hidden if user isn’t logged in and right after a user is logged in he can see them fine.
I disabled all incompatible plugins and followed most of your answers to other people’s posts but it didn’t help.
I will appreciate some help!
My best guess is that you have a page caching plugin installed, yes? If you do, flush the page cache. Non-logged in users may still be seeing a cached version of the page which does not display the entries. When logged in, cached pages are not served by the caching plugin.
Hope this helps, let me know.
ps. You do not need to use
allow_public_override in the shortcode. That only applies if the
Enable public_override is checked.
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