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December 15, 2017 at 11:34 am in reply to: Could an older jQuery library really be causing my plugin conflicts? #214583
I took Victor's advice and am upgrading the theme. It fixes my original problems with both the Custom Contact Forms and Ninja Forms plugins.
Regards.December 7, 2017 at 5:06 pm in reply to: Could an older jQuery library really be causing my plugin conflicts? #214371
Thanks Victor, I've been considering updating the theme in the hopes that for whatever reason, it might fix my ongoing issues. This whole thing snowballed from a small request. One thing led to another and things just keep adding up as one update after another seemed to do more harm than help to the plugins (now the Genesis slider won't display more than one slide, haha, lucky me).
I don't know the convention for leaving these threads "unresolved", but I plan on updating my progress as I go, so I'll leave it unresolved for the moment if that's ok.
JamesDecember 7, 2017 at 1:50 pm in reply to: Could an older jQuery library really be causing my plugin conflicts? #214361
Thanks for the reply Victor. Am I correct in assuming that loading of a jQuery file can only be done in the functions.php file? Where do I find places that one can be loaded?
Could you elaborate on what you mean by "update your site"? I'm on the current WordPress (4.9.1), and the Genesis framework (2.5.3). Only the child theme is old.
Shouldn't disabling the plugins be enough to stop custom loading of jQuery libraries if an old plugin is the issue? The first thing I tried was to disable all plugins except Custom Contact Forms, but the behavior persisted. The plugin did work when I changed the theme, so I don't know why that happened if a plugin is the issue.
Would it be better to delete the plugins no longer used? Half of the ones on there were not installed by me. I'm assuming there is some bundling going on with the WordPress installation and auto-upgrades. I don't use plugins like Jetpack, Hello Dolly, Multiple Post Thumbnails, or Wiziap, yet they're on there. I don't even know if they're safe to delete.
JamesDecember 11, 2012 at 5:45 pm in reply to: Associate Theme — 'noline' class in navigation not working #4592
Found the answer. Under screen options in the (upper right corner) under show advanced menu properties. Select 'CSS Classes' and you'll get a new options box for each menu item.