I apologize if this has already been handled somewhere on here before. I did searches but nothing was useful to fix the issue. It looks like it may be a known but unsolved issue but I'm not sure and I'm reaching out in the hopes that this is solvable.
Whenever I try to create or edit a page using the WYSIWYG editor there is an error at the top "Error(s) Page cannot be found" and in the Edit Page box it says "ajax error" and won't let me edit the page. If I do edit the text and hit "save" then it only saves the "ajax error" text and nothing else. While editing it will add more lines of "ajax error," especially if I click outside of the edit page box. I assume it's trying to autosave.
Interestingly enough the WYSIWYG editor seems to work otherwise - I can bold/underline/italicize the text or change it to a header, I just can't save it.
If I disable the WYSIWYG editor then it allows me to edit the text and save it just fine. This is great for me, but I can't take this to my boss. My coworkers need WYSIWYG.
I've tried in Chrome 46, Firefox 42, and IE 11. I've tried clearing the caches and then tried all three again. I've tried every setup I can think of. I tried different templates.
I don't really know what else to try.
This is a new install with almost no content (mostly test, test1, test2, etc). When I turn on WYSIWYG there are several green checkboxes underneath it including the one for AJAX.
Any suggestions would be appreciated. I like this software and would like to use it at my company, but I can't bring this to my boss the way it is. I've tried others that looked promising and so far Tiki is the best . . . there's just this one little hitch that I have to get past. =)