That’s Elementor purgatory — the intermediate state between a WordPress text edit page and an Elementor page build.
Let me explain:
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Let’s say you created a post with the basic WordPress text editor. You publish it and go on about your business.
Now a week later you realize you should have spiced up the post with Elementor, so you open it up and start dragging and dropping.
But you realize its a bigger task than expected and decide you’ll do it over the weekend. So you close out the page and don’t save thinking that it will just revert back to the original post.
Or, you go to edit a non-Elementor post or page and accidentally click Edit With Elementor instead of Edit Page/Post.
You ‘X’ out of the page and re-open it and remember this time to hit Edit Page/Post.
In both instances you will end up with multiple GetComputedType jQuery errors in the console.
So what happened?
Well, even though you did not save the page after using Elementor, by clicking Edit With Elementor, you initiated it on the page. Even though your post is coming from what you entered in the original WordPress text editor, Elementor is now looking for elements….and can’t find any!
Thus, the errors.
How To Fix the Elementor getComputedStyle jQuery Errors
Good news, it is easy to fix the Elementor getComputedStyle jQuery errors.
Go to the page where you having the errors. Click Edit Post or Edit Page to edit:
Choose Back To WordPress Editor:
And click Update to save your Post or Page:
And thats it!!
You can do this with any post or page to fix the Elementor GetComputedStyle jQuery errors
Hope this helps!
Let me know below if you know of a better way or if you have any further thoughts.