[Support request] JS Console Errors

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  • #310074
    Matthew

    Hi everyone,

    I posted my website in the showcase thread and Tom pointed out to me that there were a few JS errors on my website:
    http://www.abitofseoul.com

    It looks like it is happening with all of the photos on the main page with the post layout I’m using. I have a bit of JS experience but not enough to figure out what is going on. I was wondering if anyone could help me.

    GeneratePress 1.3.46
    #310118
    Roberto Enrique

    I see lots of warnings regarding css.

    If I’m not wrong those appear when you use Vendor Extension Prefixes in your css and shouldn’t cause any problem.

    #310119
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Can you try deactivating your non-GP plugins one by one and see if deactivating any of them makes the errors go away?

    #310344
    Matthew

    So I did what you suggested tom and removed addons, it fixed the issue so I went through them re-activating one by one until I found the one where the errors came back. It is actually Jetpack causing the errors. With the plugin deactivated I don’t get any errors but when it’s active those errors come back.

    #310406
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    My guess is it’s the Photon module inside Jetpack. You can try deactivating that Photon while Jetpack is active to test.

    #310448
    Matthew

    Thanks Tom, that fixed the majority of the errors but there are two new ones now showing.

    notes-common-v2.js:32 Uncaught ReferenceError: Backbone is not defined
    at notes-common-v2.js:32
    at notes-common-v2.js:158
    (anonymous) @ notes-common-v2.js:32
    (anonymous) @ notes-common-v2.js:158
    admin-bar-v2.js:2 Uncaught ReferenceError: _ is not defined
    at admin-bar-v2.js:2

    #310585
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    I’m not seeing that error – is is happening on the front end or the back end?

    #311015
    Matthew

    Thanks again Tom! I just checked my site and when I log out of wordpress there aren’t any errors but when I am logged in and the wordpress bar is at the top I get those errors. Looks like it is a back end issue.

    #311031
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    I would assume there’s a plugin installed causing that error as well.

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