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  • Resolved JJNW

    (@jjnw)


    I wanted all pages to do this fade in… would I be in the wrong to add this to line 47 && !is_page() ?

    So line 47 now looks like this if(!is_home() && !is_front_page() && !is_page()){ return;}

    Please advise if this is may be wrong?

    It seems to work just fine.

    If so, why didn’t you do it like this originally?

    Thanks!

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/fade-in-like-google/

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  • Thread Starter JJNW

    (@jjnw)

    Ah, yes, I see your plugin destroyed a few things I had going on…nothing to do with the extra code, he just he doesn’t like other plugins with jquery too.

    Plugin Author Scott Fennell

    (@scofennellgmailcom)

    Hi!

    Thanks for trying this plugin.

    You should learn about conditional tags a little. It will help you with this:

    https://codex.wordpress.org/Conditional_Tags

    Comment out the checks near line 36 and 46:

    if(!is_home() && !is_front_page()){ return;}

    And the fade effect would work on every page.

    The reason I didn’t do this originally is because I think it’s a little excessive to have it fade in on every single page load. I think people get the idea by the time they’re past the home page.

    My plugin didn’t destroy anything — it loads the same version of jQuery that ships with WP. If your other plugins have a problem with the core version of jQuery, then they’re at fault.

    Thread Starter JJNW

    (@jjnw)

    New to WordPress, been using Drupal. Just started a few days ago on this WordPress thing. Learning curve is easy enough — until I try to get things done LOL I am not certain what the root issue is yet. Regarding for conditional “tags”, yeah, gotta get into those WordPress variables; in Drupal it would be called conditional “template variables”. Thanks for the plugin 🙂

    Plugin Author Scott Fennell

    (@scofennellgmailcom)

    Right on, best wishes. Welcome to WP!

    As always, when you’re not sure what the root issue is with something, disable plugins one by one and switch to a bundled theme such as twentythirteen until the pain goes away. Just like algebra class, isolate the variable!

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