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  • Resolved IILLC

    (@iillc)


    I have been working on this all afternoon and can’t seem to track down the plugin that is causing this stupid jQuery pop up error.

    What is the best way to track down which plugin is doing this? I have shut them all off one at a time, disabled my theme, and checked update history.

    It’s making me crazy. I read the earlier thread but that just left me to wait until the plugin creator fixes the issue. I would like to fix it now.

    Thanks

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  • WPyogi

    (@wpyogi)

    Forum Moderator

    If you deactivate all of them and then reactivate one by one, where does it reoccur?

    Also try: http://codex.wordpress.org/Using_Your_Browser_to_Diagnose_JavaScript_Errors

    I tried switching to 2013 theme and disabling all my plugins. I then cleared the browser cache. Then when I reloaded I still was getting the error with 0 plugins activated and using the default 2013 theme.

    Uhg!

    WPyogi

    (@wpyogi)

    Forum Moderator

    What does the error say? Did you try the browser tool?

    I tried the browser tool in Firefox and it was not showing errors. It was just showing warnings. The error is the one plaguing tons of people now.

    blockUI requires jQuery v1.2.3 or later! You are using v1.10.2

    OK using the Chrome tool I think I found the line that shows the error.

    ‘JQMIGRATE: jQuery.browser is deprecated jquery-migrate.js?ver=1.2.1:41’

    The last file links to: http://www.campoutcolorado.com/wp-includes/js/jquery/jquery-migrate.js?ver=1.2.1

    Using this console it looks like w3 Cache Mini settings may be causing an issue as well as the localendar plugin. Though even with those shut down I am still getting the depreciation message on the WP install.

    define(‘SCRIPT_DEBUG’, true);

    Did not effect the issue. It happens in Firefox and Chrome.

    Solved!

    Localendar Calendar for WordPress’s widget in the sidebar seemed to be causing the issue. Even with the plugin off there seemed to be some script still causing the error. With the widget gone, and the cache cleared the error has not returned.

    Thank you so much for the tips and tricks to tracking down this annoying problem!

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