i have tested SuperPWA for a While, and it was working Great!
but then i opened my WordPress “Post” Editor and get a White screen.
Looked for failures and see that 503 Error.
The most Problems caused by, Dynamic generated .js Files that cannot be accessed.
BUT! the 503 Error is not Static, its a Dynamic short error message, that disappear when you Reload the Website, then its working great again.
But i have seen that the 503 Error comes not From the Origin Server, the 503 Error comes from the “Service Worker” i think that cached the 503 Error Sites instead the Correct .js File
i have first Disabled SuperPWA in Plugin Settings in WordPress, but the Superpwa-amp.js was still loaded! and the Service Workers are still running und causes this Problems i think… i have deinstalled the whole Plugin in WordPress Settings, but the .js is Still Active and the Service Workers too.
How can I completely delete SuperPWA and deactivate it as if it was never installed, to test that this Plugin is causing this Error.
how can they allow service workers to be installed but you have no control over them at all?!
i Have attached a Screenshot to Show, that SuperPWA is still loaded and active after Deactivate and Deinstall!
and why are SuperPWA-amp.js and Serviceworker still running after deactivation and uninstallation?
i Have found out that my Problems caused by Service Worker!
i have ticked, “For Network bypass” in Chrome Dev Tools and everything Works normal!
i have unticked, “For Network bypass” and the 503 Error appears again.
i have attached Screenshot of this Procedure.
Sorry for my bad English, its not my Main Language.
Thank you for any help!
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