Ok, a bit stumped here. Until recently, this worked.
On lucasvasilko .com, when you scroll to the end of the site, or click the “load more images” button, it sent an AJAX request for more images in JSON form, with limit and offset options, like this: http://lucasvasilko.com/projects/people.json?limit=16&offset=16
For some reason, now, that call is giving a 500 error. But, when you actually open that link, it does render the json — it’s just that it’s identical to the call without the limit and offset: http://lucasvasilko.com/projects/people.json
in the console, it says “An unexpected error occurred! Enable debug mode for more info”
I did this, and don’t see any updated info in the console.
So my guess is something is happening with the ability for kirby to process the ?limit=16&offset=16 now that wasn’t happening a year ago?
Even more curious, when i try to run the repo locally on MAMP, I only get a page reading “This page is currently offline due to an unexpected error. We are very sorry for the inconvenience and will fix it as soon as possible.” This also used to work, and the site and panel loads fine on the web — you can open lucasvasilko .com fine, it’s just the ajax calls that are failing.
the whole repo is on github under user warronbebster, repo name lucasvasilko. Won’t let me post this as a link because I’m a new forum user.
on kirby 2.5.8