"A script on this page is causing Internet Explorer to run slowly" (4 posts)

  1. noelgreen
    Posted 6 years ago #

    I designed a site for a friend and editing it works great on Mac, but he's on a windows machine and every time he opens a the gallery in a post to edit the descriptions of the pictures he gets a warning saying...

    A script on this page is causing Internet Explorer to run slowly

    I've tried it on windows too and get the same error. It's not just an IE thing either he said, he gets the same error on other browsers.

    There are only 63 images in his gallery... so that shouldn't be the problem.

    I've tried disabling all the plug-ins and everything else I know to try, but nothing seems to work.

    Here's the page / gallery... though I doubt it's THAT gallery that's giving problems... in other words I think he'll have the same issue next time he tries to upload / edit a gallery.

    I Googled it and see that a LOT of people had the problem on WordPress.com... but I can't find any answers / comments about it on here. Everything refers to "DTree-30"... which isn't even being used.

    Anyone know a fix for this?

  2. Nile Flores
    Yoast Support
    Posted 6 years ago #

    I am not getting any errors viewing the page in Firefox. What plugin is he using or is he just using the WordPress media library?

    BTW, upgrade to 2.8.5 to be current on your version too on that site.

  3. noelgreen
    Posted 6 years ago #

    The error only occurs when he's editing the page. When he clicks on the "insert image" icon and brings up the pop-up he gets the error.

    And yes, it's all alive in beautiful upgraded-ness. :)

  4. Nile Flores
    Yoast Support
    Posted 6 years ago #


    That is strange that it is coming up and you are not using it. So, you are not using ANY plugins at all for the gallery?

    I did see that you are using

    Perhaps try a different gallery type plugin like NextGen or another and see if the issue goes away.

    Also, as an added note, when you have that many pictures on a page, your browser may load a lot slower, especially more so for IE.

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