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I am working on a site: greatlakesecho.org When I try to edit a post, the content just disappears from the visual editor. I am running the latest version of Word Press but this happened on the previous version as well. I am using the Project Largo theme with the site.

The site was recently migrated from to a new host and has gone an overhaul into a responsive design. This first started happening when I changed the character encoding to remove odd symbols from the posts. I was successful in that by changing it to utf16. At this point only older posts that were created before the migration would disappear when I clicked edit. I have since updated to the latest version of Word Press and it happens to every post.

I have tried removing all the plugins but no luck.
Tried different themes with no luck.
Tried repairing the database from cPanel.

Here is the debugging info:

WordPress database error: [Table 'greatlak_wp776.wp_itsec_lockouts' doesn't exist] SELECT lockout_host FROM wp_itsec_lockouts WHERE lockout_active=1 AND lockout_expire_gmt > '2014-04-22 19:52:36' AND lockout_host='35.9.132.246';

WordPress database error: [Table 'greatlak_wp776.wp_itsec_lockouts' doesn't exist] SELECT lockout_user FROM wp_itsec_lockouts WHERE lockout_active=1 AND lockout_expire_gmt > '2014-04-22 19:52:36' AND lockout_user=93;

  • Please add debugging information – s_ha_dum Apr 22 '14 at 18:58
  • Sorry about that. I've followed the instructions in your link. – ArtisanSamosa Apr 22 '14 at 19:50
  • And? Any errors? – s_ha_dum Apr 22 '14 at 19:52
  • WordPress database error: [Table 'greatlak_wp776.wp_itsec_lockouts' doesn't exist] SELECT lockout_host FROM wp_itsec_lockouts WHERE lockout_active=1 AND lockout_expire_gmt > '2014-04-22 19:52:36' AND lockout_host='35.9.132.246'; --------------------------------------------------------- WordPress database error: [Table 'greatlak_wp776.wp_itsec_lockouts' doesn't exist] SELECT lockout_user FROM wp_itsec_lockouts WHERE lockout_active=1 AND lockout_expire_gmt > '2014-04-22 19:52:36' AND lockout_user=93; – ArtisanSamosa Apr 22 '14 at 19:54
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Something went wrong with your migration. A plugin-- I think it is this one-- does not have the table(s) it needs to operate. I assume that some tables were not transfered. Disable that plugin, then reactivate it and this should clear up. I assume that the plugin will create its tables on re-activation.

If you can't get to the backend to disable it, just delete it or rename the directory, then reinstall it.

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I had to remove the Navis Media Credit plugin manually. I searched through the plugins folder using WinSCP and apparently when I was removing all the plugins using the WordPress admin panel, this one wasn't actually getting removed. This plugin was conflicting with the theme I am using and learned this by deleting all the plugins and using one of the default WP themes.

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