Devtools failed to parse source map

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  • #529000

    Kenny Williamson
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    I am hoping someone understands what is going on here.
    I had site in staging, then siteground indicated that they are changing hosting. So i had to get out of staging. I went live a few days ago (without being finished in staging). THe site was showing pictures and maps prior to going live.
    But in staging i was having problems with viewing pictures and maps (which i assumed was a problem cause by being in staging).
    Anyway, now i am regoing through the whole setup again starting with core. I checked the google maps issue page and i seem to have had maps loaded(9000), but nothing since getting out iof staging. But no errors either. What i am trying to say is that it appears the maps is ok i think.
    I checked the page on the google dev tools in chrome and i am getting the subjectline warning. There is also an issue about the autoptimise, so i deleted all the options to cache css. but same thing … still no maps load.
    i cant find anything i support forum about this. Do you have any idea?(pictures also appear to be a problem)

    #529017

    Kor
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    Post count: 16516

    Hi Kenny,

    Thanks for your post. Kindly share the URL of the page in question and also your Website WP admin access and we’ll troubleshoot this further for you.

    #529039

    Alex Rollin
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    Post count: 27815

    Hi,

    This issue happens with recent update of ninja forms.

    Please check here for more details https://wpgeodirectory.com/support/topic/maps-issues-2/page/2/#post-528869
    Apply solution provided there till Fix from Ninja Forms available.

    Regards,
    Alex

    #529055

    Kenny Williamson
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    #529097

    Alex Rollin
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    Post count: 27815

    There is an autoptimize error on the page.

    Try clearing cache and autoptimize. Even disable those to see if the maps work without it.

    If that isn’t the issue please share WP Admin credentials so we can check the settings.

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