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  • Ok I solved this conflict. For those who come across the same issue all you have to do is remove one string from wp-user-frontend/js/wpuf.js

    Located at the very bottom of the script there is this code

    //run the bootstrap

    Remove just these two lines nothing more. This will allow your site to run the proper java slider.

    Unfortunately this will also knock out all the functions of init which includes users passwords, featured image uploader and removal , ajax categories and the checking of forms.

    Could you please try commenting out the lines in init one by one so we can pinpoint your problem.

    Also which slider are you using?

    Also try the following so we can also pinpoint the plugin/theme that is causing the problem.

    1. Try using one of the default themes of WordPress to see if the problem persists. Themes are often the cause of problems.

    2. Disable other plugins to see if they are the cause of the problem.

    Tell us the results of above and what versions of Frontend and WordPress you are using and your theme.

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