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  • With the update to WordPress 5.6, the included version of jQuery is also upgraded. This means that old code may now cause errors.

    One of those errors is that the menu on mobile devices will no longer work.
    Works fine on desktop but not on phones.

    At this stage to overcome this, I have installed the plugin ‘Enable jQuery Migrate Helper’ which allows me to downgrade to a previous version of jQuery so that the menu works.
    Obviously this is only a temporary fix.

    Will Spasalon be upgraded to fix this problem with jQuery?

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  • Hi, kiwihawk

    Thanks for mentioning this issue.

    Sorry for the inconvenience.
    We will fix this issue ASAP and release the new update.


    Thread Starter kiwihawk


    Does the latest update (2.1.3) fix the jQuery problem?

    Yes Update the theme, we have fixed the issue in the 2.1.3 version.

    Thread Starter kiwihawk


    Unfortunately this did not work. I have updated Spasalon to Version: 2.1.3

    I find I still need to use the plugin ‘Enable jQuery Migrate Helper’ set to jQuery version Legacy 1.12.4-wp for the menu on mobile phones to work. Even having this plugin set to wordpress default does not make the menu work.

    Everything else is working as before except for the menu on mobiles.

    It is working fine at our end. Maybe any of the activated plugins is conflicted. Deactivate your plugins one by one and check.
    And if possible share your site URL.

    Thread Starter kiwihawk


    Thread Starter kiwihawk


    Everything was working fine until I upgraded WordPress and I haven’t added any extra plug-ins. But I will try your suggestion

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