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JS error: "ReferenceError: require is not defined"

If you get a JS error "ReferenceError: require is not defined"

All you need to do is  use " {{require}} " instead of "require" in your code, and the error should be resolved.


In order to do that you need to :

1.From left menu go to Layout & design 


2.From design page -> go to the post page section 


3.Pick the section where you have the code that uses "require" from here


4.From the code section of the widget, you can update it and replace it by " {{require}} "


5.After the change has done -> click save  and you update will take effect


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