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[Resolved] javascript warning on jquery( '#' ) request

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  • Plugin Author Joe Dolson
    Participant

    @joedolson

    I’ll mention that to the developer of that library, and look into fixing it in my plug-in. That’s work that I incorporated into the plug-in.

    TommyNation
    Member

    @tommynation

    This may be what makes WP Accessability break my The Events Calendar plugin… Switching views between month/list doesn’t work when the WP Accessibility toolbar is enabled.

    Edit: Yep, commenting out those lines 108-127 did the trick!

    I posted the workaround on The Events Calendar forum as well:
    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/switching-views-listmonth-nothing-happening

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson
    Participant

    @joedolson

    Are you on the latest version of WP Accessibility? I thought that I’d fixed this issue; but I may not have covered every use case.

    TommyNation
    Member

    @tommynation

    Yes, latest version I believe (1.2.5). The Events Calendar plugin uses some sort of method involving # links and Ajax to change views apparently.

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson
    Participant

    @joedolson

    I don’t think it’s the hash link, specifically – but I’ll do some testing to see what the actual interaction is. I’ve tested this with links in the form of <a href='#'></a> triggering some kind of scripting and it has worked with all my tests; so something more is going on.

    Of course, commenting out those lines of code is a totally reasonable short-term solution, but solutions that require you to edit the plug-in every version aren’t the best long-term choice.

    TommyNation
    Member

    @tommynation

    Yeah. Having worked to configure this “The Events Calendar plugin” for a couple of days now, I think it has certain issues which may or may not also cause the weird link behaviour, but I can only speculate.

    Yes, at least I have a workaround for this special case with the calendar plugin 🙂

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