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[Resolved] JQuery.ui.dialog error

  • Ajax is fully broken on my tourist blog with Subscribe2 enabled after upgrade to WP 3.5. There are a lot of errors in Firefox console caused by jquery UI dialog:

    TypeError: e is undefined
    …eturn t?u.length:u?nt.error(e):L(e,a).slice(0)}function at(e,t,r){var i=t.dir,s=…

    jquery…r=1.8.3 (строка 2)

    TypeError: e is undefined
    …eturn t?u.length:u?nt.error(e):L(e,a).slice(0)}function at(e,t,r){var i=t.dir,s=…

    jquery…r=1.8.3 (строка 2)

    TypeError: e is undefined
    …eturn t?u.length:u?nt.error(e):L(e,a).slice(0)}function at(e,t,r){var i=t.dir,s=…

    jquery…r=1.8.3 (строка 2)

    TypeError: e(…).uniqueId is not a function
    …top:function(i,s){n.position=[s.position.left-t.document.scrollLeft(),s.position…

    Small note: I disabled javascript in widget, but js is still in the code, jquery.ui.dialog is still included and causing these errors.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/subscribe2/

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  • TypeError: e is undefined

    This looks like a bug in WP3.5 core – possibly related to wp_enqueue method
    I’m getting problems with themes and several plugins (not only subscribe2) after upgrading to 3.5. Have had to start reverting client sites back to 3.4.2
    Hopefully the WP core developer team will fix it soon

    Major bug here is I disabled JavaScript in the widget, but Subscribe2 continues to enqueue ui.dialog 🙁

    @xl32,

    Subscribe2 includes the jQuery dialog code if you have enabled AJAX in the Subscribe2->Settings page. Try disabling it there and your errors should disappear.

    @mattyrob, thank you!

    Missed this option.
    So this is a bug in WP 3.5?

    @xl32,

    I can’t find any bugs listed in the WordPress core trac and more interestingly I have a WordPress 3.5 site that can use Subscribe2 with AJAX enable without throwing any errors at all.

    Add to this that the code snippets made in the original post don’t look like the Subscribe2 code so I suspect it’s another plugin or a jQuery conflict.

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