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  • Hi, this has to be one of the best looking sliders I have seen. Sadly, I can’t get it to work and I don’t think it is the sliders fault. I just get the rotating loading circle each time. I am just trying to load full images.

    Anyways, the theme I am working on came with the Nivo Slider and I am replacing as it wasn’t working so well. I think I totally eliminated it from the template.

    I tried to set the use jquery to false from the user panel. However, still no go. As far as elimating the call for Jquery, does this definitly work?

    I am wondering if I should try to manually delete the Jquery call in easing slider and how I might do this.

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  • Plugin Author MatthewRuddy


    Could you link me to your site? I will check if there is a jQuery confliction.


    I am working on it on a local installation via Xampp.

    I will try to Firebug it, but haven’t really used it for debugging javascript much. I’ll give it a go. I actually just got this 500 page book on javascript to try and educate myself so this will be a learning experience.

    I am wondering if it is conflicting with the superfish menu which is built into this theme.

    So with my limited knowledge of debugging javascript in Firebug and doing against my local installation I came up with the below errows. I actually got one error when I had the load javascript set to “TRUE” and three errors when it was set to “FALSE”. Any ideas?

    I tried to google the errors and found various subject matter. I’m guessing it might be some noConflict error with Superfish. That 500 page javascript book I just got is gonna take me a while to work through : ). Love to figure this out sooner rather than later.

    1 ERROR – When set to true
    jQuery.easing[jQuery.easing.def] is not a function
    Line 46
    return jQuery.easing[jQuery.easing.def](x, t, b, c, d);

    3 ERRORS – When set to false
    jQuery is not defined
    jQuery.easing[‘jswing’] = jQuery.easing[‘swing’];

    jQuery is not defined
    [Break on this error] })(jQuery)

    jQuery is not defined
    [Break on this error] jQuery.noConflict();
    36jQuery(document).ready( function($){
    37 var buttons = { previous:$(‘#lofslidecontent45 .lof-previous’) , next:$(‘#lofslidecontent45 .lof-next’) };
    38 $obj = $(‘#lofslidecontent45’)
    39 .lofJSidernews( { interval : 4000,
    40 easing : ‘easeInOutExpo’,
    41 duration : 1200,
    42 auto : true,
    43 maxItemDisplay : 10,
    44 startItem:0,
    45 navPosition : ‘horizontal’, // horizontal
    46 navigatorHeight : 15,
    47 navigatorWidth : 25,
    48 buttons : buttons,
    49 mainWidth:480} );

    Plugin Author MatthewRuddy


    It’s tough to help out when I cannot access the website. Judging by the error ‘jQuery is not defined’, is jQuery being loaded before the Easing Slider’s scripts? It needs to be loaded above them, otherwise it won’t function correctly.

    Man, that was it! Indeed the Jquery call was falling below the Easing Slider call.

    For me, I decided to set the Easing Slider call for Jquery to false and then simply repositioned the jquery.1.4.2.js toward the very top.

    It may have just been the way the theme I bought was developed. However, I am betting this little tidbit will help other also.


    How do we figure if it is loaded after other jQuery is loaded?

    Thank you!

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