Builder changes not saving or reverting back to original after a save.
this happens on builder 1.3.2 havent tested this on the builder 1.3.4
it looks like there is a few theads with the same issue. I have been watching my process and have noticed a trend, that might help solving this issue. I have also goten some php errors to show up occassionally that might help.
my process has been to create a new sub domain on my server. Then install the latest version of wordpress through cpanel, once installed I upload the theme and child theme. install the builder plugin. then upload and activate the bugherd plugin. then upload the template.xml file that we have created and exported with the first install.
a few things I have tested, it dosent matter what theme is intally uploaded yours or mine. it dosent matter if I switch theme yours or mine after the error happens. and The builder is the only plugin installed.
The most common issue I run into is the deleting of moduals. what I mean is that I delete a modual like the callout one, it deletes just fine but when I go to another modual and save the deleted modual showes back up. it also showes back up when I click done and publish my changes.
the most common php error is
Notice: Undefined property: stdClass::$type in /home/tkvumnix/public_html/uzeeum/wp-content/plugins/bb-plugin/classes/FLBuilderModel.php on line 526
Notice: Undefined property: stdClass::$parent in /home/tkvumnix/public_html/uzeeum/wp-content/plugins/bb-plugin/classes/FLBuilderModel.php on line 493
Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in /home/tkvumnix/public_html/uzeeum/wp-content/plugins/bb-plugin/classes/FLBuilder.php on line 982
it usally happens only happens on 1 page in the system and it usally happens when I select one of the xml templates I uploaded. I have had it happen once on a header drag and drop into the system and I have had it happen one one one of your prebuilt template.
deleting the page and starting over always solves the issue, but thats not going to work on a site thats ready to go to the client or a finished page.
It happens so often on the sites that have has the template.xml file uploaded that I quit using it. I also quit installing the bugherd plugin. I supect that it has to be the upload. but I have tryed a handfull of difrent version of it. and still run into the bug.
I can give you an handful of site to look at, pages that have the issues, along with WP creds and FTP creds.