I've been having an issue with a theme (customizing universal CSS/JS) that the theme's support team seems to believe it's because of either a bad plugin or because of "unfiltered_html" or "manage_options" user.
I don't believe it's like to be a plug-in, as I use the theme on multiple wordpress sites (all on Cloudron) and I always experience the same issue regardless of which plug-ins I install.
This is what the theme support told me:
There are mostly one or two permissions you are not enabling in your WordPress called unfiltered_html and manage_options. Most likely from one of your plugins as we only touch that permission to see if a user has it. In the future we might bypass this and do the same as page custom js and css. This might be a wordpress limitation and these permissions need to be checked however. There are some capability plugins out there that allow you to manage this to give the permission to a certain role. Let us know if you have additional questions on this.
I tried the plugin they recommended to make sure these permissions were granted to admin, but no luck.
Curious if anyone would have any leads on this. I'm starting to think it must be a Cloudron thing.
Is there an easy way to go about switching over on Cloudron that wouldn't require WP exports and everything?
I don't think so, unfortunately.
I've said this before and I'll say it again: IMHO WordPress (Managed) shouldn't exist. It's only role in life seems to be to create problems for people.