Support » Plugin: WP Tiles » Activating BETA disables edit tools

  • Good evening:

    I love the idea of your beta. However, as soon as I install and activate, it pretty much disables all of the options for creating/editing posts/pages, etc. Even the content box ends up blank, even though I’ve copy and pasted from your example document.

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  • Plugin Author Mike Martel


    Hi @hartleg! Thanks for trying the beta and reporting this.

    I haven’t heard or seen anything like this before. I am not sure what is happening exactly. Did you have the old version of WP Tiles installed before you activated the beta?

    I understand that your ‘Edit Post’ and ‘Edit Page’ are not working – are the pages loading apart from the editor? If so, can you check your your error console as described below:

    In FireFox or Chrome: Open the page and right-click anywhere on the page. Select Inspect Element. In the panel that opens, go to ‘Console’. Reload the page, and check for any errors coming up (in red).

    Please report any errors back here if you see any.

    If all that comes up blank, please let me know so we can delve further into fault finding!


    Hi Mike. Sorry to reply so late – I was expecting WordPress to notify me of a reply.

    I had installed the non-beta first – yes.

    When I do as you suggest above, there is an error:

    Uncaught ReferenceError: switchEditors is not defined


    * should have mentioned that this is a fresh install and the only plugins active are: Disable Comments, and WP Tiles

    Plugin Author Mike Martel


    Hi Glen,

    This beats me. I looked through and tested the Disable Comments plugin and there is no incompatibility with WP Tiles that I can discover. What PHP and WordPress version are you using?

    Can you enable WP_DEBUG and post back the errors and warning that come up on the post edit page?

    To enable WP_DEBUG:
    1. Open your wp-config.php and find the line define( 'WP_DEBUG', false ).
    2. Replace false with true
    3. Reload the page with the problem and copy the error messages
    4. Set WP_DEBUG to false again

    Thanks for bearing with me here.. I would like to find out what causes this error before releasing the 1.0!


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