How to fix Failed to load plugin: code from url /wp-content/plugins/tinymce-advanced/mce/code/plugin.min.js

Your in the back end of your WordPress website. Suddenly you notice an error message with your TinyMCE Advanced editor, it reads:

 

Failed to load plugin: code from url /wp-content/plugins/tinymce-advanced/mce/print/plugin.min.js

 

Dont panic fixing the Failed to load plugin: code from url /wp-content/plugins/tinymce-advanced/mce/code/plugin.min.js is rather an easy fix.

 

These errors are usually caused by the file in question, in this particular case:

(Failed to load plugin: code from url /wp-content/plugins/tinymce-advanced/mce/code/plugin.min.js) is being blocked by some security setting on the server, or (rarely) by having wrong permissions. Lets fix it.

 


How to fix Failed to load plugin: code from url /wp-content/plugins/tinymce-advanced/mce/code/plugin.min.js

 

The first step to debug this is to try to access the file directly in the browser (i.e. copy the URL and paste in the browser and press Enter). See example image below:

(https://www.your-domain-name.com/wp-content/plugins/tinymce-advanced/mce/print/plugin.min.js)

 

How to fix Failed to load plugin: code from url /wp-content/plugins/tinymce-advanced/mce/code/plugin.min.js

If you see the file contents (that’s usually minified JS, so it is all on one line or so) chances are it was some sort of caching issue that is now resolved. Delete your browser cache and try using the editor again. Here are a few links to help you delete your browser cache:

How to delete my browser cache in Google Chrome (Video)
How to delete my browser cache in FireFox (Video)
How to delete my browser cache in Safari (Video)
How to delete my browser cache in Microsoft Edge (Video)

 

If you see an HTTP error (like 403 or 500) best would be to contact your web hosting company for help. In some cases deleting and re-installing the plugin may help.


 

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