Conflict wpdiscuz and asp

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  • #26007
    Johannes42
    Johannes42
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    Hello there,
    it seems I might have found another issue or conflict.
    Check out this page: https://www.meeplemansion.de/spiele/die-quacksalber-von-quedlinburg/die-kraeuterhexen/test/
    The animations of the wpdiscuz comments plugin and your plugin don’t seem to like each other.
    In other articles (https://www.meeplemansion.de/spiele/strategiespiele/top-10-die-besten-strategiespiele/) it seems to work fine.
    I contacted my web hosting provider since they are also awesome at figuring out what does not work on a website, and they said it is a conflict between wpdiscz and asp
    You can use the same login data like last time
    Best
    Johannes

    #26008
    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko
    Keymaster

    Hi Johannes,

    Before trying anything, have you tried to turn off the Ajax Search Pro plugin, to see if the problem persists? If it’s still there, then it is related to something else.

    Can you please specify what is the exact conflict? I am not sure what to look at here. I am seein the comment section on the bottom of the page, but I am not sure what animations to look at.
    On both pages the search is active, so I very highly doubt there is any conflict – as it should be present on both pages I guess.
    Please let me know the steps exactly to replicate the issue.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

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    #26010
    Johannes42
    Johannes42
    Participant

    Hello,
    Sorry, I was not clear enough. Yes, I tried disabling the plugin and it fixed the issue. You can test it by clicking into the comment field. There should be an animation that cuts out the profile picture. When ASP is enabled, it does not work for this very post; if it is disabled, it does. I have no idea whatsoever why this is only happening in this post.
    Best wishes
    Johannes

    #26011
    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    Thank you, I see the issue now.

    I debugged this for over an hour, and I could not find anything in conflict. It must be multile click/focus event handlers conflicting with each other, but it is almos impossible to find.
    I finally resolved the issue by changing the javascript loading method to “minified scoped” under the plugin compatibiltiy options: https://i.imgur.com/87UwGer.png

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

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    #26013
    Johannes42
    Johannes42
    Participant

    Great, thanks!
    I guess that is the problem of WordPress and a lot of plugins. Makes it really hard to pinpoint the problem.
    Best
    Johannes

    #26014
    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko
    Keymaster
    You cannot access this content. Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

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