November 14, 2010 at 5:49 pm #2228
How does a person go about deciding if two scripts are actually incompatible and cannot be used on the same blog? I’m afraid I may have found a combo that cannot live together.
I have Action Popup v3.0.1, and after hours of hunt-n-peck, determined that it worked wonderfully when eStore was disabled. I then tried 4 or 5 versions of eStore, but when enabled – eStore consistently prevents “action popup” from working.
FYI – Action Popup is driven off of simple “ActionPopup.onEnter = true;” or “ActionPopup.onExit = true;” events.
I don’t understand how these things work; I’m just going on observation and a bit of quick googling.
What can I do for debug? How do I get these two to work together?
TimNovember 15, 2010 at 1:33 am #26509
I find lots of jQuery in the Action Popup PHP files.
I see that eStore has calls to wp_deregister_script(‘jquery’); and wp_register_script(‘jquery’, Action Popup does not have any such calls.
Is there a way to confirm a conflict? Is there a way to work around this issue?
TimNovember 15, 2010 at 8:18 pm #26511cookingguyMember
If I turn off the eStore the featured content gallery works fine.
What can we do to fix this conflict?
thanks, for the help.
JeffNovember 16, 2010 at 1:43 am #26512
@IMGIGClub, All the JQuery code in the plugin should be running in no-conflict mode to make sure it doesn’t conflict with another plugin. Also all the plugins and themes should be using the latest version of JQuery that comes with WordPress and not include their own version. I need to see if the other plugin is including an older version of JQuery. Please deactivate eStore and activate the other plugin on your site then post a link to your site where that plugin is being used so I can do a view source.
@Cookingguy, Please uncheck the “Enable Fancy Redirection On Checkout” option from eStore’s settings and let me know if you see a difference.November 16, 2010 at 4:06 am #26513cookingguyMember
Thanks for the reply. I did not have the “Enable Fancy Redirection On Checkout” option from eStore’s settings checked. Figured I would take your lead and uncheck “Enable Lightbox effect on Images” that let the featured gallery work again.
Darn that was a neat effect.
Anyway to get it back?
Thanks for the timely help.
JeffNovember 16, 2010 at 5:26 am #26514
Thanks, this feels like progress.
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Looking at source, jQuery 1.3.2 is being invoked now. And we are still on WP 2.9.2. And I found advice to do the following to test for jQuery 1.4.2, which apparently was included with WP 3.0.
And – that produces an error on this blog.
So would I be correct that I should either upgrade jquery, or upgrade WP (which will include an upgrade of jquery)?
If so, can you help me with how to upgrade jQuery so I can leave the WP upgrade for a later date?
TimNovember 17, 2010 at 12:14 am #26516
The easiest thing to do is to upgrade WordPress as WordPress comes with the latest version of JQuery. Not sure why you are still on 2.9.2. WP3.0 has been out for months so it is safe to upgrade.November 21, 2010 at 12:54 pm #26517
I have now gotten us upgraded from WP 2.9.2 to 3.0.1. Same issue.
Disable eStore, and Action Popup works. Enable eStore, and it no longer works.
Could you jump back in where you were going to examine conflicts, please? Or suggest another action I can take to get these to play nice together?
TimNovember 22, 2010 at 1:30 am #26518
I have sent you an email to get site access so I can do some investigation.
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