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[Plugin: WP-ImageFlow2] Conflicts with other things that use jquery

  • I noticed that after I installed the plugin that my homepage, which had two jquery-based scripts setup looked like crap. I think what’s happening is that there’s a conflict between the two calls for jquery or the plugin’s is overriding the homepage’s and it’s an older version or something like that.

    The version my homepage calls in is jquery 1.7.1. Not sure which version the plugin is using.

    I guess what I’m trying to figure out is is there a way I can remove or comment out the plugin’s call for jquery, forcing it to use the one I’ve provided? Or a way I can disable the plugin only on my homepage?

    Thanks!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-imageflow2/

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  • Plugin Author Bev

    @bstofko

    WP-Imageflow2 does not load jquery directly, it uses the version that is built in to WordPress.

    Hmm, okay. Then I’m at a loss for why this is happening. Is there anyway at all, regardless of how messy it is code-wise, for me to prevent the plugin’s code from loading on the homepage? Or ideally, only one specific page? I only need it on one page.

    edit- actually nevermind I got it. I was calling wp_head() before my template was calling the javascript I needed for that template. I just moved it below all of that and they all co-exist wonderfully.

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