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JQuery errors in frontend editing (not all pages)

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At some point with recent SPPB releases a client has noticed that many (but not all..) pages on their site are no longer editable from the frontend. When we click to edit this we get a blank screen with an empty iframe and the following jquery errors showing in the console:

Uncaught ReferenceError: initialState is not defined (coming from components/com_sppagebuilder/assets/js/engine.js on line 66


Uncaught ReferenceError: jQuery is not defined

I thought it might simply be a conflict so tried using JQuery easy to clean up Jquery instances but this didn't help and when I asked the JQuery Easy developer to take a look he said ..
please contact PageBuilder because the error goes beyond just a script fix. The page loads like it wants to open into a modal window, but fails. If there is an option to disable the edition into a modal, try it out.

I realise with conflicts it's often hard for you to fix as it's not necessarily a problem with your extension but more how your extension interacts with other extensions, but if you have any ideas I'd be grateful to hear them

1 Answers

Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi there,

Sorry for the inconvenience. If you give your site login credential then i will go to the investigation about your issue.


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