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12/06/2018 at 9:07 am #478649
Hello all, I am facing ERR_CACHE_MISS error while accessing directories in Chrome. I have not been able to determine if there is some kind of conflict with another plugin or the theme yet.
I couldn’t attach the screenshot of the errors shown through the Chrome Console because of slow Internet.
When in Chrome, the drop down to select a category does not work. And you can click on the search box, type what you want to search, and hit enter. It will search, but you can’t see what you are typing.
Any help regarding the error?12/06/2018 at 10:03 am #478658
RE: I am facing ERR_CACHE_MISS error while accessing directories in Chrome.
I am not familiar with that error. The best I can tell this is an error with Chrome, not Connections.
RE: When in Chrome, the drop down to select a category does not work.
RE: And you can click on the search box, type what you want to search, and hit enter. It will search, but you can’t see what you are typing.
This sounds like a simple CSS conflict where the theme or another plugin has set the form field input text to default to white, globally rather than targeting their own form fields.
RE: Any help regarding the error?
My previous answers are my best guesses … if you can share the link to the directory page I can take a closer look and perhaps more specific advice.
Here are some links which might also be helpful in tracking down the issue.12/17/2018 at 2:24 am #479543
I tried all the steps as mentioned in stackoverflow but no help. Can’t figure out what’s the issue.12/17/2018 at 9:40 am #479569
RE: I tried all the steps as mentioned in stackoverflow but no help. Can’t figure out what’s the issue.
Sorry to hear you are still having issues with Chrome, unfortunately there is nothing I can do to help with a browser issue other than keep searching others must be facing a similar issue and one of the solutions might eventually help.
In regards to the category select not working and not able to see what you are typing in the keywords search field. That is something I can help with.
12/19/2018 at 3:12 am #479770
- Did you try the conflict checks as suggested in my last reply?
- If you share a link to you directory page, I can take a closer look and possibly offer more specific advice.
Though has mentioned pretty much everything in the thread to help, here’s another quick solution that you can try if you want to.
- First, Click on the Hamburger button present in the top left part of the window.
- Then Click on More Tools and then select Clear Browsing Data.
- Check all the items and select Beginning of time in the Obliterate column.
- Afterward, Click on Clear Browsing Data.
- Finally, Restart the browser. Moreover, this can also fix any minor
If that doesn’t work, then you can try some other alternative methods on this website to fix ERR_CACHE_MISS In Google Chrome.12/22/2018 at 12:38 am #479988
Thanks Louie, it fixed my issue. A big thanks!12/24/2018 at 12:01 pm #480108
Great to hear the Chrome issue is resolved … do you require any further assistance with Connections? Just checking before closing this issue out.
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