It can happen for many reasons, like using the wrong code or having too much code on your blog. When this error happens, your blog might not look right or some things may not work.
SyntaxError: Unexpected token
This error happens when there is a mistake in your code. It can be because you forgot to close something or you used the wrong word.
To fix this error, you need to carefully check your code and find the mistake. Once you find it, you can correct it and the error will go away.
TypeError: Cannot read property
This error means that there is something missing in your code. It can happen when you try to use a word or a number that is not there.
To fix this error, you need to make sure that all the words and numbers you use are there in your code. If something is missing, you can add it and the error will be fixed.
ReferenceError: [variable/function] is not defined
This error happens when you use a word or function not defined in your code. It’s like using a word that nobody knows.
To fix this error, you need to check your code and make sure that all the words and functions you use are defined. If something is missing, you can explain it and the error will go away.
Update or Remove Outdated Code
Sometimes, the code you use on your Tumblr blog becomes old and doesn’t work well with the new version of Tumblr. In that case, you must update the code to the latest version.
If updating doesn’t work, you can try removing the code temporarily and see if the error goes away. If it does, you might need to find a new code or ask for help.
Check for Code Conflicts
Code conflicts happen when you have two or more pieces of code that don’t work well together. It’s like when two people want to talk at the same time and nobody can understand.
To check for code conflicts, you can remove one piece of code at a time and see if the error goes away. If it does, you know that the code you removed was causing the problem.
Use Browser Developer Tools
To use them, right-click on your Tumblr blog and choose “Inspect” or “Inspect Element.” Then, click on the “Console” tab and look for error messages.
These messages will tell you what’s wrong with your code and you can fix it accordingly.
Clear Browser Cache and Cookies
This will make your browser forget the old stuff and load the new version of your blog.
Get Help from the Tumblr Community
You can ask your question on the Tumblr forums or social media groups. Just explain what error you’re facing and someone will try to help you.