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  • Hi

    I just setup my blog and imported data and it was working fine until recently i noticed a problem. Whenever I go to admin and write tab there. Write post. Then I get a warning like:

    A script on this page may be busy , or it may have stopped responding. You can stop the script now or you can continue to see if the script will complete.


    and then options
    stop script

    Any help please.
    This problem is causing heavy load on server. Thats why its important issue.

    The image showing the warning relating to problem can be seen here.

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  • Now thats interesting. My custom field section in write panel is displaying related posts. I think thats the problem.

    See screenshot

    Please advise.

    I have uploaded again all new 2.6.2 wordpress files. I have deactivated related posts plugin also.

    Problem is same.

    i, too have the same problem. Just upgraded to 2.6.2.

    I don’t have any posts making use of Custom Fields, so I’m at a loss as to what to try.

    Please advise!

    I have been having the same issue for a few months now. I can’t figure it out, and have not been able to get help from anyone. If anyone finds a fix, please let me know. It makes it hard to blog…

    I developed the same exact problem today.
    Is there a fix?
    Makes my site 100% unusable now after months of working perfectly.

    very very frustrated….

    K so I just registered purely to reply on this thread, because after months, I’ve finally found a fix for this problem. See here:

    Thankyou Craig Childs, you are a legend!

    Oh and just in case that page ever expires, here’s what it says:

    What was happening was when the Write>Post screen was opened, it would sit then eventually throw up an unresponsive script error which stemmed from: /wp-includes/js/jquery/jquery.js

    It essentially rendered the WordPress admin useless unless you wrote a draft elsewhere, such as an external blog editor, and saved it as a draft – the Manage section was unaffected.

    In any case, if you find yourself with the same issue, it’s a simple edit of the wp-admin\edit-form-advanced.php file. Just remove this line:

    $metadata = has_meta($post->ID);

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