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Images all showing blank

  • Hi,

    I installed the plugin, but only get blank sections where the images should be when I activate the plugin. Once I disable the plugin, all the images show up just fine.

    I currently have it disabled, but if someone could help me, I could enable it so that it could be looked at. I’m running WordPress 3.5 and the latest version of the plugin.

    I do have a custom theme, so I’m guessing that could be the problem, but not sure what I need to change on the theme for it to work.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/bj-lazy-load/

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  • Plugin Author Bjørn Johansen

    @bjornjohansen

    Do you have wp_footer() in your custom theme? If not, either put it there (highly recommended) or change the plugin option to use wp_head() instead.

    Hi,

    Thanks for your response. I also tried wp_head, but that didn’t work. I think I may have figured it out. Do I need to add a <script> tag linking to the latest version of jQuery in my <head> section?

    When I enable the plugin, I don’t see any reference to that file in my source code. Do I have to do that manually? I checked on some other sites that use the plugin and saw the reference to the jQuery script.

    Thanks,

    Aseem

    Hi,

    Actually I realized that the jQuery.js file is inside the app-ck.js file which is used for the responsive theme. Will this plugin work with this type of setup? I tried putting the script tag in the header and before the closing <body> tag, but it didn’t work in either location.

    Any other ideas or is this setup simply not supported at this time?

    Thanks for your help!

    Aseem

    Plugin Author Bjørn Johansen

    @bjornjohansen

    Yes you need jQuery, but you shouldn’t need to do anything special. jQuery is bundled with WordPress and should be automaticly included by the plugin as long as you haven’t done anything wrong with your theme or another plugin.

    You shall never remove jQuery manually or use any other jQuery than the version WordPress have bundled. If you do, you’re on your own.

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