Domain mapping breaks the visual editor for posts

When the Domain mapping plugin is activated, it breaks the WordPress visual editor for posts. Please, help.

  • Majid

    Hello Michael Dixon
    I hope you are doing great today

    The username given to us doesn't seem to have the administration rights, so I couldn't really see anything with it, in addition the SFTP isn't accessible as well, so could you please change the user role to a network super admin. And also instruct us on how to access your SFTP using our secure contact form

    Subject: “Attn: *Majid Hamdani*”
    - WordPress admin username
    - WordPress admin password
    - Login URL
    - FTP credentials (host/username/password)
    - Campus ID to access the VPN.
    - Link back to this thread for reference
    - Any other relevant URLs


  • Michael Dixon

    Hi Majid,

    Oops! I forgot to set the Network Admin privileges when I created the account -- I apologize and have corrected that now.

    I've contacted our IT group to see if it's possible to assign you a guest account, but I'm skeptical that is something I'll be able to get. I'm very comfortable with command-line tasks, though -- would it be possible for you to provide a list of things for me to try, and I can report back the results? I can also provide you with any other information you need to troubleshoot the issue.

  • Dimitris

    Hello there Michael Dixon,

    hope you're doing good and don't mind me chip in here! :slight_smile:

    I accessed your site and also noticed the reported issue. I can see some mixed-content errors in console, which means that there're still assets/URLs that are getting called via http:// instead of https://.
    I can see that you're already using a plugin in order to resolve this, but obviously doesn't make the trick. Could you please try to use an alternative, like this one?

    After doing so and if the same issue remains, another test that you could try is a conflict test, which means that you should start deactivating plugins and themes, both in network and in mapped subsite.
    I understand that this is a live site, so it may not be too easy to do that there, so probably you should first create a staging environment, meaning a complete and exact copy of this multisite installation, into another location/folder in the same server, using a separate database. After doing so, you should test to deactivate all plugins from network apart from WPMUDEV Dashboard and Domain Mapping, activate a default theme like Twenty Seventeen in the mapped subsite, and test visual editor once more.

    Hope that was some help!
    Warm regards,

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