Support » Plugin: Cache Enabler - WordPress Cache » Problems with NextGEN Gallery Compatibility

  • Resolved derweili


    I have problems with linked js files within the cache files when NextGEN Gallery Plugin is activated.

    Follwing situation:

    If have a worpress site with only two plugins activated: “ACF Pro” + “NextGen Gallery” and a custom theme.
    There is only one (theme) css and two js files linked: jquery inside the head, loaded from Google CDN and the themes js inside the footer.

    The DOM looks like this:

    After I activated the Cache Enabler Plugin and the Cache files have been generated, there are 4 script tags inside the footer, which load 2 js files, both twice:
    jquery.js from the wp-includes folder and jquery.migrate.min.js also from the wp-includes folder.

    The themes js file has been deleted.

    With Cache Enabler activated, the DOM looks like this:

    This does not happen if NextGen Gallery is deactivated. So there is a compatibility issue

    I have never included those files.
    Does anyone has an idea or has anyone also had this problem?

    thank you for you help

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  • I tried several other caching plugins like cachify, W3 Cache and WP Super Cache but only cache enabler has this issue.

    Hi derweili, do you have HTML + JS minification enabled in the Cache Enabler settings? Or does this happen just from the default settings?

    If so I would try minifying only HTML and see if that fixes the issue.

    I can confirm there is a conflict at the moment with the NextGEN Gallery Compatibility plugin. It is being looked into. Thanks!

    Plugin Author keycdn


    NextGen Gallery support will follow with the next releases. The current release 1.0.9 does not support it.

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