Support » Plugin: JQuery Accordion Menu Widget » conflict with Responsive theme or WP 3.5?

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  • Plugin Author remix4

    (@remix4)

    Hi

    It has been fully tested with WordPress 3.5.

    Sounds like your theme styling is interfering with the accordion plugin. Check with your theme developer.

    Emil Uzelac

    (@emiluzelac)

    Theme Review Admin

    @remix4 not to sound too over-protective, but your plugin is compatible up to: 3.4.2, please bring your plugin compatibility first, than we can talk Responsive Theme issues, if there are some.

    It’s easy to blame on the Theme, without asking what kind of issues @peteratomic has.

    At the same time @peteratomic please post anything you might have on http://themeid.com/forum/ and we’ll take care of it, even if this is a plugin issue, that’s what we do all day every day anyways 🙂

    P.S. Also, don’t close as resolved when this wasn’t resolved at all!

    Thanks,
    Emil

    Plugin Author remix4

    (@remix4)

    @emiluzelac please read my reply correctly – It IS compatible with 3.5!

    Also read the title of the post from the user

    Thank you

    Plugin Author remix4

    (@remix4)

    @peteratomic I tested the theme and it is indeed the theme causing the problem – it’s css positions all sub-menus absolutely, which will kill the accordion action.

    You can change the menu class using the “menu class” option in the widget settings but there are still some issues with the theme interfering with the css, which you will need to check with the theme developer.

    Emil Uzelac

    (@emiluzelac)

    Theme Review Admin

    On the main page of your plugin it says:

    • Compatible up to: 3.4.2

    Plugin includes the jQuery directly:

    wp_enqueue_script( 'jquery' );

    First, jQuery does not need to be enqueued directly, it should be in array, second, plugin must check if there’s jQuery before making a call. If Theme includes a jQuery and plugin does the same, there will be two jQueries instead of one.

    See:
    http://codex.wordpress.org/Theme_Review#Including_Stylesheets_and_Scripts
    http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_enqueue_script

    Thanks,
    Emil

    You both are awesome developers, And people won’t like all this going on above. Please work together in finding a solution.

    Great Theme
    +
    Great Plugin
    =
    Awesomeness.

    Plugin Author remix4

    (@remix4)

    using:

    wp_enqueue_script( 'jquery' );

    is exactly how you do add jquery to the page in order to ensure that only one copy is used – thats the point of the function.

    Please do not state supposed “issues” that are completely unrelated to the problem – this only confuses users. My earlier replies already provide the correct response!

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