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[Resolved] Conflict with WP UI plugin

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  • Plugin Author MatthewRuddy


    Hey, can you link me to an example of the problem? I’ll take a quick look for you.

    The site is here: http://executiveyogainc.com and the WP UI tabs can be seen here: http://executiveyogainc.com/yoga-programs/

    The slider on the home page is only showing the first of 3 images when the WP UI plugin is turned on. Do you know of another similar plugin that will do JQuery accordions that works with Easing Slider?

    Plugin Author MatthewRuddy


    Hi @7billionbuddhas, there are quite a few problems with the sites scripting that could potentially be causing the issue.

    Have a look at this screenshot, there are quite a few missing files within the theme. Have you uploaded them successfully?

    I don’t see anything that could point to a conflict between WP UI tabs and Easing Slider. Only way to know is to have only those two plugins activated and see if the problem persists. If not, then the conflict is elsewhere.

    When developing the site, be sure to use tools like Google Chrome’s “Web Inspector” to inspect the sites scripting and styling. You can quickly see what CSS is affecting each element and any JS files that are causing errors or not loading correctly.

    Thanks for looking at the site. I fixed those missing files – incomplete creation of a child theme!

    Anyhow, when I deactivate the WP UI plugin – then the Easing Slider works. It’s the one plugin I’ve identified that is causing it to stop working. I may have to dig around to find suitable plugins to accomplish both. Does Easing Slider allow for a loop display of images?
    Thanks again.

    Never mind about the loop display – I see that changing the transition to Fade fixes that.

    And never mind about all the rest. I cleared up the error messages you pointed out and it’s all working now. Thanks for your response!

    Plugin Author MatthewRuddy


    That’s good to hear. If you still want to pursue the conflict in the future I’d be happy too, but otherwise glad it’s all working as intended now 🙂

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