If your dont need to track them, change the setting to “No” if you need them, I guess we’ll have to wait for a solution to pop-up.
Same problen with lightbox.
Tried to find the problem inside the code, the consolelog is pointing yo frontend.js inside the plugin. But sadly couldn’t find a fix or override for it.
Would be nice if the plugin builders would reply on this.
The 6.0.15 release to fix this issue is out
Great! Thanks for the quick(er then expected) reply.
This update fixed my Lightbox issues, but created a new issue where none of my links work on WP 4.7.3. They work fine on 4.7.2, but not on 4.7.3 (I have different sites). When I disable your plugin, everything works fine again. So uh….
EDIT : Maybe 4.7.2 isn’t working properly either, getting mixed results. Probably a caching issue giving me inconsistent results, but still fairly confident it’s your plugin update breaking links.
Seriously, this plugin doesn’t need to be very complicated. I’m not sure why you guys feel the need to keep updating it and “Improving” it. The number one goal should be to not break anything. Do no harm. If your plugin breaks stuff, everyone will stop using it. Do better.
This reply was modified 6 years, 2 months ago by Gunaxin.
Yes, I confirm, the update fixes the fancybox / lightbox issue but basically blocks every internal link.
Hope this will be fixed in the next update.