It appears that one can only view the dashboard widgets if their user level is set to administrator. Is this correct? Can this be changed to accommodate a lower/different level?
If this is not the case, then I am wondering why I cannot access dashboard widgets on my subdomain sites. I am running WP multisites.
It looks like scripts.min.js is having a hard time. That doesn’t look like one of my JS scripts. Will you over over the asset and find out the full path it’s being loaded from? It might be that it’s a plugin/theme conflict.
Here’s our guide for a quick theme/plugin conflict discovery:
To test for a theme conflict:
Activate default Twenty Ten, Eleven, Twelve, or Thirteen theme
Check to see if the issue still occurs
If the issue does not occur after having activated the default “Twenty” theme, your theme is causing a conflict with the Inbound Now Plugin we are testing.
To test for a plugin conflict:
Deactivate ALL plugins
Activate Inbound Now Plugin we are testing.
Check to see if the issue occurs
If the issue does not occur, one (or more) of your plugins is causing a conflict with the Inbound Now Plugin of topic.
To determine which plugin(s) is causing the conflict, follow these steps:
Activate each plugin one by one
Check to see if the issue occurs after each plugin is activated
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