Support » Plugin: Custom Post Carousels with Owl » Unwillingness of developer to improve plugin

  • I’ve given two stars because whilst the plugin does perform a good feature, it’s extremely limited in the sense that the JS is not properly enqueued, so if like me you develop your own theme, or use an optimisation plugin, and use different ordering of JS and CSS enqueueing, then this plugin is likely to not work.

    This is because the JS options are hard coded and echoed out directly onto the page, regardless of where the initial jQuery call is. This has rendered the plugin completely useless on my site because it’s not using recommended WordPress enqueue practices.

    https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/functions/wp_enqueue_script/#usage

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  • Plugin Author thehowarde

    (@thehowarde)

    As previously stated in your support thread. I can’t make this function for each fringe use case. This is a free plugin designed to work with default WordPress configurations… which it does. As I said in your support case, you can’t do what you’re suggesting with a shortcode.

    Thread Starter leecollings

    (@leecollings)

    I’m not going to teach you how to develop WordPress plugin, but yes you can.

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