I was having some as well and I noticed they restarted the hosting servers a few times yesterday. At the same time I was experimenting with some extensions and found one that was causing a problem. I removed them, but the changes can take time to ripple through the database. I think because the Cron jobs (unix) have quite a low resource allocation.
This is why, pms have to be done with a good long gap in between, because they use a real time push command…but with low resource allocation, if you try and do another when the first isn’t finished (error error..X).
if I change, add or remove and extension, this can often make things weird for a bit until that change has rippled through…especially with the likes system. Yesterday I disabled it and then re-enabled it and it was strange for a while until it had gone through the database.
I am actually removing some unnecessary modules and ones that don;t work as they should…this flipping approval of posts. Nightmare, because I don’t know why it’s flagging so for approval incorrectly, so I just disabled it and will deal with the spammers manually as we did on CFUK.
I think of people have not added us as an exception to their ad blockers and pop up blockers, that may not be helpful.
Lastly, when I make a change, if you are logged on, sometimes you might need to close the tab/refresh the window, for it to work properly….The good news is, I’m pretty much finished making changes by adding/removing extensions/functions.
It’s been a complex environment to learn in a short time, made harder by some extensions with small bugs which show themselves when pushing them to the limit of what they are supposed to do.