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[Resolved] [Plugin: Use Google Libraries] What files are changed by "UGL"?

  • I installed UGL because my WordPress Google Calendar (v 0.8.5) plugin didn’t conflicted with my jQuery date-chooser app contained within the SermonBrowser plugin. Once I installed UGL, when I click on the events on the front page, I no longer get the Lightbox pop-up box with the event (regardless of the browser or OS). Now that I unnstalled UGL. it still doesn’t work. Can someone tell me what is changed with the installation of UGL so I can change it back? I have, literally, not touched anything else – this only occurred since installation/de-installation. By the way.. I am not a programmer and I do not pretend to be one.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/use-google-libraries/

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  • Moderator Jan Dembowski

    @jdembowski

    Brute Squad and Volunteer Moderator

    It doesn’t change files at all, it hooks into WordPress. Deactivating that plugin would undo anything it was doing.

    Have you tried deactivating your other plugins?

    No, because my Google Calendar Plugin worked fine until I installed UGL.

    Plugin Author Jason Penney

    @jczorkmid

    Jan is correct. No files are changed by UGL. It’s all done by hooking into the script API, so when it’s not active it’s not possible to leave traces behind. Is it possible you have a caching plugin running that cached the page from when UGL was active?

    No caching plugins running at all. It’s ok because I found a better plugin to replace the Google calendar one that I was using. Thanks all.

    Plugin Author Jason Penney

    @jczorkmid

    Glad to hear you got past your issue!

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