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  • Until I recently upgraded to 3.5.2, I was using the following code without problem:

    <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>
    	<script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>
    	<script type="text/javascript">
    		$(document).ready(function() {
    				images : ['http://myimagegoeshere.png'], 	//Fly images
    				total : 1, //number of flies
    				ofTop :390

    This is no longer working. Any ideas?

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  • I’m using it without problem at current version of WP 3.5.
    Try to disable coexisting plugins, maybe there is a conflict between FireFly Effect and some of your plugins.

    Hi again-
    I discovered that I could no longer include the code above in the header as I previously did. So… my question is how to get my custom changes to override the defaults.

    I added <?php firefly_wp_setup(); ?> to a template page and I get the firefly effect as the author intended, but I’d like to use my art. I am not a php master. Please help.


    I’m back. Hopefully with a bit of documentation, others won’t need to go through what I have.

    I discovered I could add my code to the jquery.firefly-setup.js file in the plugin so that the code looks like:

    jQuery(document).ready(function() {
    	images : ['http://www.123.myimage.png'], 	//Fly images
    	total : 1, //number of flies
    	ofTop : 390,
    	on : '#container'

    The final problem was that the “on” option is getting ignored by all browsers I’ve tried. It worked outside of wordpress (using Responsive theme), but not working here. I wanted the image to behind all other elements on page (background). So I opened up jquery.firefly.min.js and changed
    z-index':$.firefly.random(20), to z-index':-1,

    If there is a fix for the “on” option please let me know.

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