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

  • Resolved derweili

    (@h3p315t05)


    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:
    http://i.imgur.com/5gjiVPk.png?1

    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:
    http://i.imgur.com/7KSf7m9.png?1

    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

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/cache-enabler/

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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

    (@keycdn)

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

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