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When using the Banking theme on a development server, it all worked fine. Yesterday, we put the site on the live server, and when editing a page with Elementor, the Elementor menu loads but is dimmed out with a spinning circle. When I switch themes to a default (Twenty Ninetee), the Elemenor menu loads well and allows editing of content.
Clicking Appearance, Customize, gets this ominous warning:
There has been a critical error on this website. Please check your site admin email inbox for instructions.
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More: This just keeps getting better. On several pages, only half of the content is loading in a browser; when logged in to the back end, I can see the other half of the page contents, but I can’t edit anything, because, again, Elementor menu is greyed out. Hmmm.
The site is claycounty.bank and the 1/2 content example is the CD/IRA page; there is (supposed to be) a blue piggy bank image to the right of the old man holding cash. I can see the page when logged in, but not live (/logged out).
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There is no file editing permission.
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