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  • #25125

    dubravko
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    Hi,

    I’m having some wierd issues with SLP and Chrome.

    If I reload the page a few times, sometimes the maps doesn’t load and I get an error in console.

    Uncaught TypeError: object is not a function main.js:10

    main.js is from Google API, not mine.

    You can take a look here: http://designmanager.com/our-partners/

    Try refreshing using F5, clicking on reload icon near home icon etc…

    Works fine in FF. (and no problems on localhost testing ever!)

    #25126

    dubravko
    Participant

    I’ve also noticed that sometimes I get an error in Firefox also:

    TypeError: Function.prototype.call called on incompatible null

    …uid_”+(1E9*m[qc]()>>>0),Wd=0;function Xd(a,b,c){return a[J][xc](a[t],arguments)

    main.js (line 10, col 806)

     

    #25142

    dubravko
    Participant

    Hi guys,

    anyone experienced the same problem?

    #25289

    Lance Cleveland
    Keymaster

    Are you using caching plugins or minify?  What other scripts are running on the site form other plugins.    If a script is loaded earlier in the process and breaks it will break all subsequent scripts including Google, Store Locator Plus, etc.

    #25291

    dubravko
    Participant

    Hi,

    we are not using minfy or caching plugin.

    You can take a look here: http://designmanager.com/our-partners/

    Can you help us?

    #25366

    dubravko
    Participant

    Hi Lance,

    any news on this?

    Thanks,
    d

    #25572

    Lance Cleveland
    Keymaster

    I cannot reproduce the error on Chrome or Firefox.

    If you can provide steps that reproduce the issue so I can see what is going on that would help.

     

    All SLP functionality seems to be working normally, however there are several other JavaScript apps running on that site which may fail if a third party service does not respond quickly enough which can cause a cascade of JavaScript issues including impacting SLP functionality.

    #25573

    dubravko
    Participant

    Here you go, screenshot from Firefox attached.

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