Getting critical errors since update to 5.6.
The following are from Firefox debugger.
Have screenshots if required.
When loading site:
wp-includes/js/jquery > jquery.js // Support: Firefox <=3.6 - 5 only // Old Firefox doesn't throw on a badly-escaped identifier. el.querySelectorAll( "\\\f" ); rbuggyQSA.push( "[\\r\\n\\f]" ); Paused on exception SyntaxError: Element.querySelectorAll: '\' is not a valid selector
When logging in:
Paused on exception SyntaxError: JSON.parse: unexpected character at line 1 column 1 of the JSON data
Reloading site sometimes clears issue, sometimes not. Occurs intermittently throughout site pages/posts.
Reloading login initially clears issue but can intermittently reoccur when navigating site admin. Reloading page loads it.
Disabled all plugins and activated one by one. Error did not disappear.
Via FTP, deleted WordPress core directories and files and uploaded from fresh download.
Issue still occurs.
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