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  • Plugin Contributor Christopher Finke


    Can you try this and let me know the results?

    1. Load your blog’s new post page.
    2. Using the Chrome browser, open the “View” menu and select “Developer — JavaScript Console”.
    3. In the newly-opened panel, select the Console tab.
    4. Refresh the page.
    5. Attempt to add a form to your post.

    At this point, there may be some errors in the console. Copy and paste them here. If not, let me know.



    Christopher –

    Thanks for the info… Oddly, it started working late in the day. Still a little issue w/ formatting but appears that’s due to the stylesheet.

    For now we’ll call this resolved but thank you again!

    Hi Christopher. Any help would be appreciated!

    Same problem with me. Tried different browsers.

    Error in console:
    GET 404 (Not Found) admin-ajax.php:174
    POST 500 (Internal Server Error) jquery.js:2

    I am having this exact same problem and because of it I’ve lost all of my forms (tried updating them, couldn’t save, and now they are gone). Anybody know a fix for it? It was working fine 2 days ago.

    This thread is 10 months old – both JetPack and WP have been updated since then – it can’t be the same issue. Please start a new thread per –

    AND this is very likely related to your other thread –

    Sorry I figured since it wasn’t set as “resolved” it was better to just post here – I’ve gotten “in trouble” before for starting new threads when there were pre-existing ones.

    I will start a new thread, or bring it up in the other one if you think it’s related (though they may tell me I can’t because it’s a jetpack issue).

    These forums are different from many others – we tell people all the time not to post in existing threads – as stated here:

    Unless you are using the same version of WordPress on the same physical server hosted by the same hosts with the same plugins, theme & configurations as the original poster, do not post in someone else’s thread. Start your own topic.

    There are just too many variables in each person’s situation. Go ahead and post a new topic in this forum – may or may not be related.

    That’s what I always figured, too. Strange that I’d been told the opposite in the past. I will post a new topic – thanks.

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