Support » Plugin: WP Jump Menu » Issues with front-end display when using Selectric

  • Resolved physalis

    (@physalis)


    Hi there,

    so far WP Jump Menu did a great job, and you were fast to clear a bug some months ago :-).

    For the first time I used Selectric to style my select inputs independently and had to see you are using it, too, for WP Jump Menu. This causes display issues with your plugin on the front end. All post and page titles are floating around in the upper section of the browser window, while the admin bar is destructed as well :). I believe it has something to do with Selectric and its styles. I already tried to narrow down my own selectric styles to a specific form, so they don’t conflict, but that didn’t solve it. I had to manually disable WP Jump Menu in order to hide the problem ;).

    Any idea in specific :)?

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-jump-menu/

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  • Plugin Author James Krill

    (@jkrill)

    WP Jump Menu does not use Selectric.

    If Selectric is affecting the select drop down then it’s not written very well. Check with the author of Selectric.

    Plugin Author James Krill

    (@jkrill)

    Sorry, I shouldn’t say it’s not written well. It may in fact be written to auto change all selects. So maybe there is a way to initialize the plugin and pass in selectors to ignore.

    Oooooh, I see, I just rushed over it and saw the Selectric classes all over and intuitively thought that must be a problem with your plugin using it.
    It is in fact a general selector (i.e. ‘select’) that I used to screw up the site myself! My bad, and apologies for suspecting your work to be faulty ;).

    Still being happy having had the chance to talk to you again, hehe :).

    Plugin Author James Krill

    (@jkrill)

    No worries!! I’ve done the same myself that’s how I knew!

    No, I am not worrying much, though taking your time. I am happy for every customer of mine that searches before asking questions, and this time I just jumped and didn’t research enough myself ;). So, thanks for taking care ;).

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