Support » Plugin: All-in-One Event Calendar » [Plugin: All-in-One Event Calendar] AIOEC Plugin Conflict with WordPress SEO

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  • I can confirm this bug and agree to pixelyzed. Hope there is a stable and fixed version of ai1ec out there soon.

    I can confirm this bug also along with Calendar Themes being completely broken in 3.4.

    I can confirm this bug and agree to pixelyzed and achensee. And I alsp hope there is a stable and fixed version of ai1ec out there soon.

    Confirming this bug – All in One Event Calendar is conflicting with Yoast’s WordPress SEO plugin. pixelyzed provided a great source from Pippin on how to load scripts correctly in WordPress Admin.

    Hope to see this resolved quickly.

    Thanks!

    Hi,

    I’m using ai1ec and WordPress SEO too. I too confirm this bug. I updated to the latest version of ai1ec but nothing changed. Please be so kind to fix this issue.

    Thanks.

    novusweb

    (@novusweb)

    Ditto.

    kenrichman

    (@kenrichman)

    and ditto.

    audiferd

    (@audiferd)

    Just saw that you issued a new version 1.7.1. I did the update and… still didn’t fix this problem.

    I believe you have the best WP calendar plugin available. And Yoast has the best WP SEO plugin available. I want to use both. Please play nice with each other.

    raikit

    (@raikit)

    the same problem, the same hope

    Leesa W

    (@doubleedesign)

    Ditto to all of the above, AI1EC is the perfect calendar for my site but I also rely heavily on WP SEO, so would really appreciate it if this bug is resolved ASAP.

    sauril

    (@sauril)

    We are refactoring our JS for 1.8, and it should hopefully fix this issue.

    OC2PS

    (@sooskriszta)

    brendaegeland

    (@brendaegeland)

    Any idea when 1.8 might arrive? I’m having the same problem.

    Aspired Muse

    (@aspired-muse)

    Any update this – a response for the developers would be great at this point.

    nyks-barton

    (@nyks-barton)

    Yoost from the popular SEO-plugin wrote:

    It’s not my thing to fix. All in one event calendar shouldn’t be loading scripts on an admin page that’s not theirs. Closing here, please talk on the new thread mentioned above and get them to fix their code.

    It would be really nice to have this fixed soon.

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