Support » Plugin: Slideshow » IE removal issue

  • Resolved oelja


    Great plugin!!! I wanted to use it, however the client requested a mobile slider.

    Upon removal I have had issues with IE and mobile browsers accessing files from the plugin after it was uninstalled and removed(to the best of my ability) out of the database.

    Here is the site, if viewed in IE, (I’ve reset the browser) the new slideshow does not show, when you open the developer tools, slideshow manager classes display, when edited, they show jquery powered portions of the plugin.

    I apologize in advance for my lack of understanding, but I’ve tried many different solutions.

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  • Plugin Author Stefan Boonstra


    The website you’ve provided is inaccessible at the moment, so I can’t really have a look and say what’s wrong.

    I don’t entirely understand what you were trying to remove. Did you try to remove my slideshow plugin, or a different one?

    I was trying to uninstall this plugin, because I didn’t have it in me to add any mobile functionality to it. I have since started working on re-installing WordPress all together. I’m not sure if it’s directly to due with the plug in or not, but since there was a part re-written for IE recently that was my suspicion.

    I did not expect a reply therefore dove into a re-install, but it’s due to issues with parts of this plugin not being removed out of IE, and some mobile browsers. Firefox and Chrome had no issues responding to un-installation.

    Plugin Author Stefan Boonstra


    Version 2.2.0 had a width calculation bug that caused it to fail on some mobile devices, the bug was fixed in version 2.2.1. Perhaps you were using version 2.2.0 before, but the slideshow has always worked on mobile devices.

    When uninstalling the slideshow plugin, no problems should be introduced. The slideshow only removes its own files, not the ones it uses from the WordPress installation.

    I was using 2.2.1, I don’t claim it was an error with the plugin, to me, it seems like more of an odd caching issue, I just could not resolve it. I hadn’t seen anything like it prior.

    Plugin Author Stefan Boonstra


    Caching can indeed cause some nasty issues on your website that seem to come from nowhere.

    Anyways, goodluck with the reinstallation of your website!

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