Support » Plugin: Category Grid View Gallery » [Plugin: Category Grid View Gallery] CGView conflict with WP jQuery Lightbox

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  • I noticed the same problem.

    JQuery Colorbox (v 4.2) was working fine to bring up a larger image when a thumbnail was clicked, until I activated Category Grid View Gallery (v 2.2.1). CGVG works great to display a grid of thumbnails and link to their posts (which is what I want, see my test page on, but now I just get a spinning loading animation when thumbnails on other pages are clicked.

    Is there a way to inhibit the CGVG code from being inserted in pages other than ones where I insert the shortcode? I don’t expect to need the functionality of both plugins on the same page.

    I found a way to get around the conflict. I changed the name of category-grid-view-gallery/js/jquery.colorbox-min.js

    (I’ve removed my test page also)

    @matthias Pabst: are you sure that you are in the right forum? This forum is for the jQuery Colorbox plugin not the WP jQuery Lightbox plugin…

    @pictureitsolved: if you are using another plugin that also brings along the Colorbox library, my plugin won’t work.
    By renaming the other library file you disabled it, so my plugin works again.
    Beware of updates of CGVG though, you’ll have to rename the file over and over again.

    @techotronic: This thread is about the “Category Grid View Gallery”. Please see the title.

    could you remove the “jquery-colorbox” tag then?
    As long as the tag is linked in this thread, this thread is displayed in the jQuery Colorbox forums.

    I’m sorry, I can’t remove it because I didn’t add this tag. I can only remove the first tag. See this screenshot:

    Please ask @pictureitsolved.

    @techotronic: Yes, thanks, I realize renaming is only a workaround and not a good fix. And I’ve removed the jQuery Colorbox tag. (Thanks, @matthias Pabst!)

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