Cannot read property 'offsetWidth' of Null
it aper in chrome (prtScrn) and (A Null) in FF after upgrade to 184.108.40.206
Säg också till om du vill ta det här på svenska istället så kan vi ta det över PM. Jag kan inte lova att jag kan lösa problemet (då jag inte vet vad det är ännu), men jag kanske kan komma närmare problemet.
I was really in a hurry last when I sent the question. would go away for a week.
I am now back.
Did a last resort by removing the Advanced Slider lying on the startpage.
This solved the problem temporarily.
But the website has been acting strangely since the update to 220.127.116.11 will try to run in 18.104.22.168 and see if it improves the stability of the page / admin actually.
I will return when testing and upgrading is completed.
In an attempt to rectify it I manually removed some things from the site but could not find the block or content showing the error (it only appears on the homepage).
I downgraded to the 5521 release, but now I cannot edit the homepage - I just get a blank page when I log in.
The URL for the homepage once I log in seems to just be the standard (http://www.randaltd.com) without any of the usual code behind it.
Slight addition to this - I can get in to edit the pages if I use Internet Explorer in compatibility mode, but Chrome still shows a blank page. The OffSetWidth error is still there though...
Do you have Advanced Slider installed on your site?
If! try to remove it from where it is and it maybe will temporarily fix the buggy stuff.
And do you have any extra code in your index.php page. try use a clean index.php with just
It solved one problem but gave me another that don't apply here
Removing power slider doesn't seem to help though...
I am having same problem. I have no idea why or how to fix it. I run nothing strange. I have no downloaded plugins. I only have one homemade theme, and that seem to work. I get the error even if I uninstall that theme, I've tried that just in case.
I only get the error in the Dashboard. But everything seems to work fine.
I tried to remove and re-install Concrete5. But then all of a sudden the error gets back again. For no apparent reason.
Searching the source code for "offesetWidth" i find 49 instances of it, all in Concrete5 "core". Example in; bootstrap.js, bootstrap.tooltip.js, jquery.js, tiny:mce.js and so on...
Have a look in your markup and set a width to your div and see if that solves your problem.
Also.. after some trail and error, I managed to get rid of the error by removing the default Google Maps block used on my site. How can this affect the Dashboard?
I have a pull request on c5 Github to fix it for the standard maps block.
An alternative solution is to Ajax load the problem block after the containing element is visible (and hence has a size) or an Ajax loaded stack containing the block. This can be done for most blocks using Blocks by Ajax.