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js Error on page


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I am receiving what seems to be a js error when loading a specific page on my website. I have cleared the cache multiple times. Uninstalled/reinstalled facebook plugins however nothing seems to work. I can access the webpage from a different browser however I am not able to edit the page in "customize" section in my WP Dashboard. Here is the website along with the page with errors
Homepage: http://www.olympianstrings.org
Page w/Errors: http://www.olympianstrings.org/media/class-videos/

any help is much appreciated so I can edit the page. I am using Pagelines DMS as a front-end editor.

WP version: 3.8.3

DMS version: 1.1.8

Nicks Base theme

Screenshot: http://screencast.com/t/L8pum24v3L

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Hi there @mobileparty

 

Could you enable the debug mode in site settings > advanced please?

 

The error is being thrown by Facebook functionality as i am sure you are aware. have you seen this support topic on the facebook dev support site? https://www.facebook.com/help/community/question/?id=542958419109491

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Debug mode has been enabled.

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I am not able to access thew debug info. Do you have a cache plugin enabled? 

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I have disabled my cache plugin (W3Total Cache). I also just updated my FB app information and will reactive the plugins I have disabled and see if the issue has been fixed.

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DMS doesn't ship with any errors and I see no JS errors on the page you mentioned above.

 

Therefore, if you're receiving JS errors then the likely cause is plugins or scripts you have added yourself. W3 Total Cache is still active, we do not provide support to users who have cache plugins active, as are all other plugins you have installed.

Please disable all active plugins and see if this resolves your issue (although I can't see the issue myself, when viewing the page).

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