Hi, I wrote on facebook yesterday:
Hello everyone, I am using script organiser for the first time on a project. I organised everything neatly into scss partials and into a single scss file to be generated. It works. But it doesn’t update. Even when I disable wordpress caching. I saved the partials and also the code file that includes the partials. Then I disabled and enabled again. Then I regenerated the files in settings. No luck. Tried with different partials. Nope. Did anyone have the same problem? I hope someone can help me otherwise I’ll have to go back to downloading and uploading scss files…
edit: maybe it is because I am working localhost without ssl?
Also when I disable and enable it never updates.
New is, that after uploading and saving it doesn’t work at all.
5 responses to “SCSS not working and not refreshing”
Interestingly I am also not able to deactivate the license. I thought maybe it could solve deactivating and reenabling it, but it doesn’t work.
Hi Jonathan Holler,
I noticed two issues, one is the order of partials that you added in code block was wrong, the partial which has variables defined, it should have been on top.
Secondly, in code block the SCSS box was empty, you have to put something in it even just a comment and that I did. Now you can see the file is being generated correctly.
Regarding the license issue, please follow this article https://support.dplugins.com/support/plugin-update-fails/
thanks. I didn’t know I need something else in the file since I did have the partials. A bit confusing to be honest.
I’ll try it again then.
The process for generating SCSS file requires something in it otherwise the API gives error so that’s why something needs to be put in even a comment.
I am closing the ticket hoping that your issue is resolved now.