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Solved my issue – for some reason having active Custom Taxonomies breaks the database when moving the database from a localhost server to a live server, or vice-versa.
By deactivating my Custom Taxonomies ( // commented out the code in my functions.php file) and then exporting and importing the database I was able to transport the database and it worked correctly.
I haven’t fully tested whether then re-enabling my Taxonomies after importing the database works – but it seems that it will.
Hope this helps someone out there…it was a nightmare for me to figure this out.
Hi. I have the same problem – with the Fields disappearing. I have confirmed that they are not being hidden though – they are actually removed. I don’t have any conflicting CPT or Taxonomy names.
Do you know how to solve this problem?
Can anyone provide assistance with this?
It seems that the forms that include the HTML element in the form are the ones that break. Forms that don’t include this HTML element work when I upload my localhost version.
Hi. You mention the user may have “exceeded the limitation of the database table field,”.
Whenever I upload a localhost version of my database to a live server my forms reset and show no fields. This only seems to happen if I have used the HTML element in the form. Forms that don’t include this HTML element seem to load up as expected.
I have bought an unlimited license but I’m getting the same message – HELP!!!
I have the same issue. Please help ASAP!
I have the same issue. I installed the plugin (Pro version) on my local host and when I migrated to the live server I get the “WP User Frontend Error: Please activate your copy” message…
Please help ASAP. My site is live!!!!