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  • I started a Tarski theme forum thread, Plugins: Front-end Editor (scribu) plugin: use of the_title_attribute instead of the_title ().

    Ben Eastaugh replied by saying that he would take a look at changing the_title for the_title_attribute in the next release.

    Plugin Author scribu

    (@scribu)

    $.proxy() is a function introduced in jQuery 1.4.

    WordPress 2.9 uses jQuery 1.3.
    WordPress 3.0 uses jQuery 1.4.

    Ergo, Front-end Editor 1.9 requires WP 3.0.

    I’m using WP 3.0 and Front-end 1.9, nevertheless I have the same error. The reason for that is the plugin cforms. But I don’t see how cforms $.proxy switches off and what I can do. cforms cannot be avoided.

    Plugin Author scribu

    (@scribu)

    didr, cforms might be loading an older version of jQuery. If that is the case, your only hope is to convince the cforms plugin author to load the same version of jQuery that WP uses.

    That is it. cforms uses its own jquery, ugly. It seems to be they will change that bad practice but the site is maintained at the moment. To replace the jquery.js by a newer one did not help.

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