jQuery 1.8.1 error (7 posts)

  1. Anointed
    Posted 3 years ago #

    On my theme single.php pages, I have noticed a problem with jquery.

    Example link
    Strange part is if you simply click anywhere in the content area div of the page, you get the following error, 1 error every time you click:

    Error: Syntax error, unrecognized expression: a[href*=/comment-page-], a[href*=cpage=], #comments .navigation a

    This does not happen on WordPress 3.4.2

  2. What theme is this? (I'm mobile and lacking view source)

    Have you tried settinging concatonate scripts to false?

  3. Anointed
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Sorry, it is eleven40 by Genesis.

    I added the concatonate = false didn't make a difference. (actually still reading google to see what that even concatonate even means, new term to me)

    thanks for looking though

  4. I think this may be an issue with StudioPress (though I'm running their Minimalist theme on trunk with no issues).

  5. Anointed
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Thanks for looking.

    It's actually unusual to ever see anything wrong with studiopress, but I suppose there is always a first time :)

    Are you able to see what I am talking about where if you click on the page (in the article area) how web inspector shows the error on each click?

    It doesn't seem to cause a problem as far as I can see, but none the less, it shows something happening.

  6. Yes and I think I see why.

    Chrome shows me this URL as the 'cause'


  7. Anointed
    Posted 3 years ago #

    very confusing.

    here is a link without the player, yet the same problem:

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