Some plugins and themes are known to conflict with features implemented in Sensei. Please note that while we confirm conflicts happening to users when they report them, we don’t want to “officially” publicise theme or plugin conflicts.
Sensei is optimized for the Block Editor that comes with WordPress core. Some features may be unavailable with 3rd party page builders. Using the Learning Mode course templates can help minimize any of these issues.
Some new features are not supported in the Classic Editor. However, it is still compatible with older versions of Sensei.
Third-party theme/plugin conflicts
If you’d like to check for any current third-party theme/plugin conflicts, you can search for open issues in the public GitHub repository.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I see the current open reports?
The public GitHub repository can be found here. You can search by keyword or use the filters for an advanced search.
I have found a report that describes the bug I’m encountering on my site. Now what?
We encourage you to subscribe to the issue to get alerted for updates. You can also leave a comment in the issue to add any details that the original report may be missing.
I couldn’t find a report related to the bug I’m encountering on my site. How do I create a new bug report?
You can submit a bug report by following our Contribute page. While we don’t have an estimated timeframe for when your bug report will be fixed, we recommend that you save/bookmark that report following any updates made by our development team.