Support » Plugin: Gutenberg » Creating new post/editing existing = blank page

  • Resolved pivic


    I’m using WordPress 5.2.3 and noticed that updating the Gutenberg plugin from 6.0.0 to 6.1.0 broke it for me.

    When using 6.1.0, I noticed that selecting Posts > Add New and selecting a draft post (to edit it) merely resulted in a blank page.

    I deactivated, deleted, and then downgraded Gutenberg 6.1.0 to 6.0.0, and I am yet again able to create and edit posts.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Vasilij


    I had the same problem with version 6.1.0. A blank page appears.

    When I deactivated the plugin, I was able to edit the posts again. Interestingly, Gutenberg was available as an editor, although I disabled Gutenberg. Does the vulture know how I managed that?

    Maybe this will help one or the other.

    Best regards, Vasilij

    I can confirm the blank page here using 5.2.2 along with 6.1. Reverting to 6.0 fixes it.

    If you turn off Jetpack Gutenberg works again, so it’s one of those two plugins that have a problem 🙂

    Solution, sort of, do these in order:
    – Deactivate both Jetpack and Gutenberg.
    – Reactivate Gutenberg. Confirm it works again.
    – Reactivate Jetpack.

    For the moment, everything seems to be working again.

    – Jetpack updated 7 days ago to 7.5.2
    – Gutenberg updated to 6.1 only two days ago…the problem presented itself when Gutenberg updated.

    Workaround by @tbyron doesn’t work for me, but I can confirm that Gutenberg 6.1.0 works with Jetpack 7.5.2 is deactivated. With both plugins activated, I get the same blank screen described above.

    The Apache error log, and the php7.3-fpm.log show no clues as to what might be the problem (they log nothing when the blank screen appears).

    @zigarrenzone You still get Gutenberg as editor even when the plugin is disabled, becasue an older version of Gutenberg is bundled with WordPress > 5.0.

    Same problem here using both Jetpack and Gutenberg.

    Is anyone else using Social Pug? With Gutenberg enabled there is an error thrown by Social Pug. Could be coincidence.

    The console output with the Gutenberg plugin enabled shows the following:

    23:57:21.928 jquery-migrate.min.js:2 JQMIGRATE: Migrate is installed, version 1.4.1
    23:57:22.280 index.js?ver=1562808508:1 wp.editor.withColors is deprecated and will be removed. Please use wp.blockEditor.withColors instead.
    r @ index.js?ver=1562808508:1
    23:57:22.945 gutenberg-image-pinterest-pro.js?ver=2.7.0:41 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'from' of undefined
        at register_block_attributes_image_pinterest (gutenberg-image-pinterest-pro.js?ver=2.7.0:41)
        at index.js?ver=1562808508:1
        at index.js?ver=1562808508:2
        at (<anonymous>)
        at ne (index.js?ver=1562808508:2)
        at index.js?ver=1562808508:14
        at Array.forEach (<anonymous>)
        at Sc (index.js?ver=1562808508:14)
        at (index.js?ver=1562808508:12)
        at HTMLDocument.<anonymous> (post-new.php:610)
    23:57:22.952 timer.js:129 Started
    23:57:25.921 ?v=2.0:6 WebSocket connection to 'wss://' failed: Error during WebSocket handshake: Unexpected response code: 403
    g @ ?v=2.0:6
    _ @ ?v=2.0:6
    o @ ?v=2.0:6
    00:02:15.247 jquery.js:3 [Violation] 'resize' handler took 350ms
    00:02:15.262 [Violation] Forced reflow while executing JavaScript took 346ms

    With Gutenberg disabled:

    00:10:48.620 jquery-migrate.min.js:2 JQMIGRATE: Migrate is installed, version 1.4.1
    00:10:52.821 timer.js:129 Started
    00:10:53.925 ?v=2.0:6 WebSocket connection to 'wss://' failed: Error during WebSocket handshake: Unexpected response code: 403
    g @ ?v=2.0:6
    _ @ ?v=2.0:6
    o @ ?v=2.0:6

    This issue should be fixed by version 6.1.1 which was released a few moments ago. It works fine in the sites I’ve tested it in so far.

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