Tagged: WP eMember
April 10, 2011 at 1:15 pm #3158
It’s actually better that I post a video on youtube of the issue to explain what’s happening, so that’s what I did. Please delete the video link after you see how the emember is messing with my tabs.
here is the link to that video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xb8VK-WgaK0
DaveApril 11, 2011 at 12:58 am #31217
So its inside your dashboard? I had a look at the video but I am not really what I am suppose to look at. What do you mean by “Blowing out the theme options tab”? Does it make the options link look bigger or all the options menu is messed up?April 11, 2011 at 2:31 am #31218
All of those tabs should all be closed and normally you would click the tab to open it.
The plugin makes all of the tabs open up and then it locks up the sidebar and keeps me from being able to click on anything on the side.
I’ve tested it and it only messes up the dashboard when activated in my theme.
Were you able to listen to the audio of the video?April 11, 2011 at 2:36 am #31219
I went back and watched the video again and I thought I explained things pretty well. Did you watch the entire video? Where you able to hear the sound?
There seems to be something in the emember that is conflicting with my theme functionality.April 11, 2011 at 2:49 am #31220
Okay I didn’t have sound before…. that makes sense now.
It’s a really simple issue. Your theme is most likely including JQuery libraries without calling the WordPress’s enqueue functions (this seems to be the trend with a lot of newbie theme developers who do not tend to follow WordPress’s coding guideline). Please read example 3 from this page which will explain the problem:
The example shows this for the “Jquery” library itself but the same is true for any JQuery library.
Two things to keep in mind:
– Every bit of JQuery code in WordPress must run in noConflict mode to make sure it does not conflict with another plugin or theme
– JQuery libraries should be loaded using the enqueue method
The easiest test you can do is switch to the WordPress’s default theme (which is properly coded) and verify that the issue is gone.April 11, 2011 at 1:31 pm #31221
Are you available for hire to look through my theme code and fix or modify anything that needs fixing with what you are talking about above?
If so, how much do you think it would take and how much would you charge? If not, do you know anyone who is a good enough programmer that can?April 12, 2011 at 1:26 am #31222
I don’t really get time to do work like this but I will send you an email to see if I can give you a hand.
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