Changes to User Custom Field values not sticking when User is updated

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February 20, 2014 at 4:53 am #3433
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Here’s what I did:

Created a Role called “Volunteer”
Added a Field Set called “Volunteer Fields” – under Capabilities, I left it as “edit_posts.”
Added some Fields – under Capabilities, I left it as “None (Same as Field Set)”
Used “Import Users from CSV” plug-in to import 800 users, including custom field values. It worked great.

I am successfully reading these user custom fields values on the front end (using Masterpress functions), and they appear in the WordPress “Edit User” Page too.

However, when I try to change them on the “Edit User” page, none of my changes to the custom fields stick. I click “Update User,” and the page reloads, but all of the custom fields have reverted to their original values. Changes to the core fields like First Name, Last Name, Website, etc. DO stick.

I also tried adding a new Volunteer through the WordPress “Add New User” page – I was able to add them, but when I tried to add values to the custom fields, they wouldn’t stay. So it’s not isolated to the imported users.

I tried deactivating all the Non-Masterpress plug-ins too – no change.

I am logged in as an Administrator, and checked capabilities, every single capability is checked for Administrators.

  • This topic was modified 7 years, 1 month ago by Avatardovetail.
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February 28, 2014 at 4:15 am #3437
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This was resolved by updating to latest version of Masterpress (1.0.1). Thanks!

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