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DMS Editor not loading


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Dear DMS Team & Users

 

One moment I was changing the content of my footer via the DMS Editor (Text Section) in Chrome... the next the page wouldn't load anymore... The Blog is still online for readers - but the changes haven't been saved (footer) and as soon as I am logged in as Admin the DMS Editor is loading... and loading...and loading. 

 

Of course I've seen the link below concerning first helping steps... I've tried the following:

1) Deactivating plugins AND of course emptying the cache didn't help

2) Signing out and logging in again neither

3) Javascript console shows no errors

4) PHP errors DID show - but I am not sure IF they're the problem and WHAT I can change 

but they are as following:

   NOTICE: Trying to get property of non-object in /web/......./..../ tayonomy.php on line xy

   NOTICE: Undefined offset: 0 in /web/.../... /Seo-friendly-images.php (on two different lines)

 

Right now I wouldn't be able to do ANY adjustments in my layout, sections and their content... is there any way to fix this? I feel quite helpless and would love to continue to use DMS... I am far from beeing a coder... Please help

 

   My Website URL is www.der-blasse-schimmer.de
   I've always been keeping everything updated (DMS up to date)

   Wordpress Version 5.8

   Plugins: some! but problem's the same with them deactivated

 

I'd appreciate your help immensely! Thank you!
 

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Hi @shelynx 

 

Could you create an admin logon for your site and send the username/password (along with a link to this topic) to hello at pagelines dot com and we will take a look at this for you. 

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Hi Florentine 

 

I've just responded to your email and then managed to find the original thread. I think this is to do with the code in the footer as its a global area. Easiest option to resolve quickly, would be to speak to your host and see if they do a roll back option to a version on a previous day or even a couple of hours prior to when this code was added. I've added other information and suggestions in the email to you. 

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