I've gone round and round with WooCommerce trying to troubleshoot the issues with their wishlist plugin (causes a redirect loop on the home page and also caused some issues on the edit pages for WPUFP… basically when I clicked Edit it would go to the Wishlist edit page)… and after deactivating all plugins and reactivating we've determined that WPUFP is causing issues with the Wishlist plugin from WooCommerce http://www.woothemes.com/products/woocommerce-wishlists/.
Here is the message from WooCommerce:
Good news! So the reason Wishlists was crashing was because of a conflict with another plugin. And that plugin is this one: http://cld.wthms.co/ECaE
Since there's a new version available for it, it's quite possible that once you update to it, the error will go away.
Hope that helps!
I updated your plugin and it made the forms disappear as well as caused other issues (no documentation that I could find on upgrading, but apparently I was supposed to deactivate prior to installing and activating the new version). Updating also didn't solve the issues.
Please look into this conflict and let me know if you can help.
I have tested wishlist with User Frontend Pro and got no error anywhere. The main cause behind redirecting to other page is wrong assignment of the pages in the settings of WPUF or permalink is set to something other than “post name”.
What to do now: Take a backup of your existing setup and download the fresh copies of Dokan and WPUF and replace the existing ones. I'm advising this because you've modified the both several times and assuming that did made something go wrong. So check with the raw theme and plugin and with their one click installs and let me know what happens.
If replacing the theme and plugin with the default ones solves your problem, then the problem is with your modifications. But you still get errors with the default ones, then reply with your login and FTP credentials.
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