(Cross-Origin) Request

#1

Hi there,

I have a really strange issue … no matter which Plugin I install, I always get this error in my console in the Backend. It doesn’t happen when there are no plugins.

QuellĂĽbergreifende (Cross-Origin) Anfrage blockiert: Die Gleiche-Quelle-Regel verbietet das Lesen der externen Ressource auf http://localhost:3123/socket.io/?EIO=3&transport=polling&t=MeCK3ge. (Grund: CORS-Anschlag schlug fehl).[Weitere Informationen]

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#2

This is the same error message we saw in your other thread: Content in Panel (randomly) not saving; user logged out or cannot log out without refreshing

Is that in your local development environment or on the remote server?

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#3

Exact, I thought it’s one plugin where’s maybe broken. But seems to be happen at all plugins. It doesn’t matter if on localhost or on a server. There are also two other notices:

You are running Vue in development mode.
Make sure to turn on production mode when deploying for production.
See more tips at https://vuejs.org/guide/deployment.html

[HMR] Attempting websocket connection to http://localhost:3123

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#4

When you say it happens with any plugin, I guess you mean with any Panel plugin, not frontend plugins.

Do you just get the message or does anything stop working as a consequence?

Could you tell me which plugins you tested with?

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#5

Hi Sonja,

yes, Panel Plugins of course :slight_smile: tested with:

  • Color Picker Field
  • Markdown Editor
  • Sitemap from OMZ

Also tested with a fresh Installation from the Starterkit. Upload any Plugin, no matter which one and this happens

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#6

That’s again one of these things that I can’t reproduce at all.

Does this happen in any browser?

And again, does this result in any issues apart from the error message?

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#7

In all Browsers yes. It comes from this file which is created everytime I install a Plugin

[HMR] Attempting websocket connection to http://localhost:3123

media/plugins/.index.js

The described .index.js file has something to do with node_module … have you tested with the markdown editor? I have in mind that I have seen a line where this was noted

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#8

Yes, I installed the markdown editor. I wonder why you also get the “You are running Vue in dev mode” message.

Anything to do with webpack or something like this?

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#9

Not sure … the strange thing is that this happens on localhost and on the server.

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#10

Also tested on Strato and the same appears there … it has something to do with http://browserify.org/

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#11

Yep, sounds like it.

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