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Yes, I think we eventually figured that and it makes sense. Thanks for responding!
Okay, there we go. It was being called by the “Redirect After Login, Registration & Logout” plugin. No idea why it was dumping it in there. Deactivated and now it all is working again. Pretty shabby plugin anyways.
What’s weird, if that I only had it active on one site and yet it was horking up all my sites. Annoying.
Have to assume that not terribly many people are using this plugin which is why the pitchforks have been less than one would expect with the 5.6 update, but it’s clear some weirdness happened in WP cleaning things up.
Many people have noted the same problems on the page for the Classic Editor plugin so it’s a large-scale problem.
Appears to be JQuery related as this comes up in the Console:
jquery.min.js?ver=3.5.1:2 Uncaught TypeError: this._addClass is not a function
at $.<computed>.<computed>._create (autocomplete.min.js?ver=1.12.1:9)
at $.<computed>.<computed>._create (jquery-ui.js?ver=1.0:415)
at $.<computed>.<computed>._createWidget (jquery-ui.js?ver=1.0:585)
at new $.<computed>.<computed> (jquery-ui.js?ver=1.0:376)
at HTMLInputElement.<anonymous> (jquery-ui.js?ver=1.0:531)
at Function.each (jquery.min.js?ver=3.5.1:2)
at s.fn.init.each (jquery.min.js?ver=3.5.1:2)
at s.fn.init.$.fn.<computed> [as autocomplete] (jquery-ui.js?ver=1.0:523)
at s.fn.init.u.fn.wpTagsSuggest (tags-suggest.min.js?ver=5.6:2)
at HTMLInputElement.<anonymous> (tags-box.min.js?ver=5.6:2)
Finding the same problem. Using the Classic Editor and editing the date as well as setting Visibility, Status, and adding tags is all dead in the water.
Like macobserver noted, I tried clearing my cache as well as force reloading the page and problem persists. Plain to see that some JS has been done away with that’s still being called on the page. Otherwise, all my sites work fine.
Ah I see, it’s just gotten stricter on lazy code. Using a bit of is_numeric() logic and not doing
wp_get_attachment_image($attachment->ID, array(500, ”), false));
wp_get_attachment_image($attachment->ID, array(500, 0), false));
Seems to have fixed all the issues after a quite pass. Will keep me honest now 😉
Downgrade hasn’t fixed it. Shop is still offline and spewing a 500 error. What needs to be changed to fix this. I have a campaign going today and this is ill-timed.
Seeing errors as well after updating to 4.1
PHP Fatal error: Class ‘WPML_File’ not found /wp-content/plugins/woocommerce-multilingual/inc/currencies/currency-switcher/class-wcml-currency-switcher-templates.php on line 31
Good lord, the solution was to delete the domain mapping and create a new one. Who would have ever guessed that would be the solution?
Someone posted in another forum about a solution that didn’t initially solve the problem but now does:
Oddly enough, despite deactivating that Installer plugin last night and it making no difference, deactivating it just now fixed the slowness issue.
It running a audit on network resources, it appears that admin-ajax.php stalls out at 30 seconds. I haven’t no idea if this is normal behavior but it would seem not and it certainly doesn’t happen on the front end.
Also having this massive slowdown. Seemed to just start today. Also created a new site that I can’t log in to for some reason now, claiming there’s a cookie error. Some kind of handoff issue with Jetpack or something?
Front end of the sites run perfectly well. It’s just the admin that’s unusable and this was happening before I installed Woocommerce. Now with it installed, it’s exactly the same.