Support » Plugin: Google Maps Widget » [Plugin: Google Maps Widget] Conflict with Fancybox Plugin

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  • to resolve this issue, i removed the code on line 123 from “google-maps-widget.php” – now the Easy FancyBox Plugin can take over…

    But perhaps you can come up with a more elegant solution? 😉

    thus:

    // wp_enqueue_script('gmw-fancybox', plugins_url('/js/jquery.fancybox.pack.js', __FILE__), array('jquery'), GMW_VER, true);

    Plugin Author WebFactory

    (@webfactory)

    Hi, sorry to hear you’re having problems and thanks for the solution.
    We’re going to name the enqueue script (“gmw-fancybox” at the moment) the same as it’s named in the Easy FancyBox so it doesn’t get included twice. But I have to check first if they’re loading it properly or not.

    Cheers!

    I did the same thing and the resolution worked. However my banner ends up in front of the image in the lightbox.
    Ideas?

    Plugin Author WebFactory

    (@webfactory)

    Is it a Flash banner?

    @webfactory

    No it’s not a flash banner. Just an image that covers the length of the top of the website. Here’s our site.

    http://66.147.244.88/~redbird6/here/

    Currently the images will pop up in the fancybox but the larger images end up behind the banner (like on the current installations page in the gallery drop down).

    Google maps doesn’t work right now b/c we changed line 123 of the .php file back trying to work backwards and see if it was something else. Any suggestions or help would be much appreciated. Thanks

    @webfactory
    You’ll have to excuse me, we’re currently running Easy Fancy Box, not Fancybox

    Plugin Author WebFactory

    (@webfactory)

    Banner has a z-index of 9999 which is absolutely unnecessary.

    I saw that, if I fix it on the parent theme and get an update, will that negate that change?

    Plugin Author WebFactory

    (@webfactory)

    Probably so. Please note that we’re only here for support related to our plugin 😉

    aundc

    (@aundc)

    @hilrap:
    wonderful idea to remove the codeline, now it works again! 😉
    thanks a lot, this makes me happy!

    Plugin Author WebFactory

    (@webfactory)

    🙂

    Did fix in Post 3 to script and all works fine now.:)
    Thanks hilrap

    Plugin Author WebFactory

    (@webfactory)

    Glad you got it working!

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