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Visual editor error

  1. Hi there, this is my first time posting here, and i need help urgenttly.

    I was looking for doing my wordpress page faster and optimize so I started to read in a blog, how to do it, with 5 plugins.

    I started to install and test it in this order:

    1. WP-smush.it (for optimize photos)
    2. WP-optimze (for optimize my DB)
    3. WP autoptimize (for optimize my html,css,js files). I think that the third one was the plugin who cause the error.

    Now when I try to edit some pages of my wordpress, my visual editor dont appear, and when i click on "Visual" box, nothing happens.
    Where I saw before the error, a picture, now I see only codes and tags.

    I tried to restore from a backup, unistalling and instaling Tiny MCE advanced and Tiny MCE advanced qtranslate fix but the problem is still there.

    I checked in profile if the checkbox of "hide visual editor" is on, but all right.

    I think its something with the autoptimizer plugin and css,js files but i dont know what to do to restore the visual editor.

    Im using a peekaboo theme if this helps.
    Here you have a screenshot of the error.

    http://imgur.com/pw8l4LO

    If someone can help me please.

    Thank you for all and sorry for my english.

    Marhol9

    The blog I need help with is surfingway.wordpress.com.

  2. I need help with my other webpage "www.kiddieschool.es", not with surfingway.

  3. I checked http://www.kiddieschool.es/ and I found that site is setup using WordPress software, but it is not hosted here at WordPress.com. See http://support.wordpress.com/com-vs-org/ to learn about the differences.

    Using the correct forum will help you get more expert advice for the type of WordPress setup you are using.

    One basic WordPress.org troubleshooting step you can try is to deactivate all plugins, clear cache (if you are using a caching plugin), and check to see if that solves the problem. If it does, turn each plugin back on one at a time and re-check the visual editor each time. If one of the plugins is causing the trouble, you should be able to find which one it is. Once you find it, you should contact the plugin author directly about the issue to let them know what you found.

    Since installing and managing plugins yourself is not an option here at WordPress.com, please be patient when asking for help at the volunteer-based WordPress.org support forum at http://wordpress.org/support/ or from plugin authors.

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