Support » Plugin: Editorial Calendar » [Plugin: Editorial Calendar] Conflict with easing slider

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  • Plugin Author Zack Grossbart


    Hello Dave,

    Thank you for letting us know about this conflict. Do you see any errors when you get this conflict?

    Thank you,

    Hi Zack,

    Sorry, just realized I never said what the problem was, just that there was one 🙂 (was rushing out when I wrote it)

    The problem is the Calender doesn’t scroll when the easy slider plugin is activated.

    The JS loading icon appears. And the calendar appears with it’s last known position, but it doesn’t scroll. Highlighting a post on a date brings up <edit, view etc>, but trying to move up and down the calendar is not possible.

    I have a lot of plugins running on at the moment, so it might be a combination of more than just these two. But when I’ve not have any other problems with Editorial Calendar other than when Easing Slider is activated.

    Happy to help out if I can, as I’d like to implement both plugins. Or work out what the problem is.

    I’ll try uploading easing slider to another site I have with Editorial Calender to see if the same problem occurs there too, and will feedback.


    Plugin Author Zack Grossbart


    Thank you for the information Dave. My guess is that the easing slider plugin is adding JavaScript to the WordPress admin pages instead of just the front pages. The JavaScript is probably conflicting with the calendar which uses a similar sliding mechanism when you move from month to month. There’s probably an error in your browser’s JavaScript console.

    The right fix here is for the easing slider to be more specific about the pages it adds JavaScript to instead of adding libraries indiscriminately.


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