My Wordpress blog won't load on my dashboard if I view it on Tor browser (I'm using Firefox through Tor). It says Wordpress can be "partially" viewed only on Tor. What does that mean? Is there a way I can view and make changes on my Wordpress blog through Tor?
Or as it seems from the question and it is not browser based issue, try different relay / bridges if it is really related to the fact you are using Tor.
I've tested this on both a hosted installation, and a wordpress.com site.
The hosted installation works as it should. There's no need to turn off Noscript. Everything under
http://foobar.com/wp-admin/ is accessible.
The wordpress.com blog -
However, even after allowing scripts, the site only partially loads. There's nothing - no pop-ups, warnings, etc. - stating that this is expected (so I'm unsure what the OP is referring to).
By "partially loads", it seems to only load the frames of the pages, and doesn't load the actual data/content. (The page I looked at had spinning loading icons where the data should be.)
Looking at the page source for both TBB and FF versions of the same page gives completely different sets of code, I think because the TBB version is stuck on a redirect page. I can't tell you why. I haven't found anything else on Google.
In "Privacy and Security Settings", just uncheck "Restrict third party cookies..." That's the only way to make wordpress.com work with Tor Browser...
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