I’m running into a conflict issue – different theme. It looks like the images are coming through, but the back and previous doesn’t work when I’m out of the dashboard. My guess was a js block, but I’ve selected the move to footer option which hasn’t cleared things either. Suggestions?
Page – http://www.bluerosedesignpdx.com/web-design-portfolio-page-4
Shortcode – slickr-flickr tag=”web-archive” items=”14″ type=”gallery”
Unfortunately when this happens, jQuery becomes undefined. See image.
Given you are crunching JS anyway, my suggestion is that you do not use the jQuery from Google (https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.6.0/jquery.min.js?ver=3.1.2) but instead use WordPress’s own version of jQuery. Google jQuery redeclares jQuery as “window” and the crunching exercise is losing its alternative names of “jQuery” and “$” (these names work fine when uncrunched)
Can you give me a little more detail where to make this change? I am running W3 Total Cache ( not an expert at it ), but I can’t see where to make the change. Is it within that plugin, or somewhere else?
I do not use W3 Total Cache so am not familiar with it either.
First thing to do is to temporarily disable W3 Total Cache just to verify if that it is the problem. If the problem goes away that you know W3 Total Cache’s handling of jQuery is the issue.
Then re-enable W3 Total Cache, read the following and remove jquery.js from the ‘minification’.
I hope that is of help