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  • Plugin Author RavanH

    (@ravanh)

    Hi pierrickste, can you share a URL of a live example of the issue?

    Hi,
    here’s the URL : http://pierrickstevant.com/places/places-color/

    Actually now as I replaced the pictures with the broken link, the problem is not showing anymore since a few days. I have done that in the past but the problem always came up again.

    When opening the broken image in a new tab, I noticed the jetpack icon on the tab displaying the error message. So my problem may not be related to the easy fancybox plugin.
    I updated the jetpack recently so it may have fixed it.

    Thanks

    Plugin Author RavanH

    (@ravanh)

    Hi Pierrick,

    I see you are using the Photon module. Whenever you encounter these weird ‘broken’ image URLs, please deactivate this module first and check again to make sure there is no issue with the images in the WordPress.com CDN.

    Other tips: I notice there are three instances of fancybox.js mentioned in the source code. The one from your theme is returning a 404 page so on the script level, there is no problem anymore but it still means your site is loading twice (even three times including the removed stylesheet still being included) for each request. Then there is one from some other gallery plugin and then the one from my plugin. Other scripts like jQuery Easing are also loaded multiple times.

    This is also a likely cause for weird behavior or strange errors.

    Anyway, great images! πŸ™‚

    Hi,
    Thanks for feedback. How can I deactivate the fancybox.js so that there is only one that loads?

    Beyond the fact that this can cause problem as you mentioned I guess it also slows down the site.

    Thanks.

    Pierrick

    Plugin Author RavanH

    (@ravanh)

    To remove FancyBox form your theme, you will need to modify (probably) either header.php or functions.php.

    If you are not comfortable with modifying theme files, then you should probably not be trying it. Or at least make a good backup of all theme files before you do…

    Hei,
    Thanks for the tips, I removed the following in header.php:
    wp_enqueue_style(“fancybox_css”, get_stylesheet_directory_uri().”/js/fancybox/jquery.fancybox.css”,

    I looks a little smoother to load the site.

    Thanks a lot.

    Pierrick

    Plugin Author RavanH

    (@ravanh)

    Yes, that helps. There is a similar call starting with wp_enqueue_script that is responsible for the inclusion of the script file. If you can find that one in either header.php or functions.php you will be able to fix that call too.

    And then there is the plugin Gallery Plugin that loads both the same stylesheet and the script file as well. Is there a reason to run this plugin together with Easy FancyBox? If you can do without it, then it will be better to switch it off. If not, is there an option in that plugin to NOT include FancyBox?

    I found the call that I deleted: wp_enqueue_script(“fancybox_js”, get_stylesheet_directory_uri().”/js/fancybox/jquery.fancybox.pack.js”, false, $pp_theme_version);

    but while navigating on the site, there is a strange white screen that shows up before loading the new page. Do you know where it come from and how to get rid of it?

    Otherwise I deactivated the gallery plugin.I just forgot about it πŸ™‚
    Thanks

    I wrote the wp_enqueue_script back as page don’t load quite smooth. Do you think I could just deactivate it instead of delete this line of code.

    If this is possible could you please indicate the way to do. My php skills is still limited :-).

    Thanks

    Hi,

    Sorry again. I deleted this wp_enqueue_script back now as I was experiencing weird things on the site today. I don’t see the white screen for now.

    The most strange and annoying is that today I can’t see the fullscreen image from my homepage (http://pierrickstevant.com/) and can’t get it back over this black screen.

    Any ideas on how I can fix my problem?

    Thanks.

    Pierrick

    I found out that I had to reactivate the gallery plugin for the homepage. I havn’t found the option to deactivate the fancybox for that one.

    I’ll have to check the code for that.

    Plugin Author RavanH

    (@ravanh)

    Hi Pierrick, do you use that Gallery plugin for the homepage full-screen images? You might want to contact the developer if there is an option to not include the FancyBox script and stylesheet. But I think he/she would have to code that for a next version…

    I took a quick look at the source code of that plugin and if you add this to your themes functions.php (just put before the closing ?> tag if there is one, otherwise just at the end) you should be able to remove the remaining double script and stylesheet files:

    function un_gllr_wp_head() {
    		wp_dequeue_style( 'gllrFancyboxStylesheet' );
    		wp_dequeue_script( 'gllrFancyboxMousewheelJs' );
    		wp_dequeue_script( 'gllrFancyboxJs' );
    }
    add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'un_gllr_wp_head', 12 );

    Hi,

    Thanks for your help. I tried the code but unfortunately the homepage fullscreen image doesn’t show anymore with it. This image is the only one that uses the fancybox but I havn’t found any other way to avoid it.

    Do you think this is possible? It seem that deactivating fancybox makes the full-screen image invisible.

    Thanks a lot

    Pierrick

    I have been using the Easy FancyBox within WordPress for a while and it seems to be v. good. I have just done some jpg slideshows and I would like to ask the following.

    1. On transition from a jpg to another, the jpg fades out and so does the close button on the top corner and the title. The White frame box stays white and then the new jpg together with the close button on the top corner and the title fades in. This White box seems a bit annoying. Is there any way to get it in the fade-in, fade out process?

    2. When a jpg from the slideshow appears, the arrows on the left and right side of the picture for forwards/backwards do NOT appear. When the mouse is moved on the left or right side of the picture, they do appear. Can it be set so that the arrows are always visible? I have looked at the settings, but I can’t see the option. I can have them ON (i.e. initially off and with the hover on) or OFF all together, but not ON all the time.

    Thanks

    Plugin Author RavanH

    (@ravanh)

    @pierrick, I do not see how the fancybox script is related to the home page full screen background image. FancyBox is not made for that purpose but maybe the scripts we were trying to remove are customized in some way… So if you need these scripts on the home page while still excluding them on other pages where you need the ones from Easy FancyBox, then this might work:

    function un_gllr_wp_head() {
    	if(is_home()) {
    		wp_dequeue_style( 'gllrFancyboxStylesheet' );
    		wp_dequeue_script( 'gllrFancyboxMousewheelJs' );
    		wp_dequeue_script( 'gllrFancyboxJs' );
    	}
    }
    add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'un_gllr_wp_head', 12 );

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