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ro1and says

I’m having a conflict issue on my homepage www.judahfest.info. It’s causing my accordion slider not to open on the homepage when viewed in Chrome browser; all other browsers work fine. I’ve narrowed down the issue to a file called imageMenu.js but have no idea how to resolve this. I’m willing to pay someone for fixing if the price is right.

Thank you in advance. -Roland

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abhimanyusharma003 says

I think you are using jquery version 1.8.3
Try with version 1.7.2

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ro1and says

Where can I check, and change what jquery version I am using? Thank you for the reply!

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abhimanyusharma003 says

It’s your line no 18 if you see the source code of web page in chrome. I’m not sure that this gonna work.

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abhimanyusharma003 says
All right use this code here http://pastebin.com/umGReiau replace this with older one which starts at line no 275
jQuery(window).load(function(){
    $ = jQuery.noConflict();
                setTimeout(function() {
replace this with http://pastebin.com/umGReiau
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ro1and says

OK, let me try… Do I just replace the js file with the one above?

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radykal says

Its not a jquery issue, its a javascript issue. Nothing to do with jquery! You need a js expert, who could fix this for you.

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Typps says
abhimanyusharma003, your suggested fix needs to be rewritten to :
(function($){
    // code here
})(jQuery);

however, if you note, that specific piece of code doesn’t use the $, so it’s ok to just comment it out or completely remove it. Also it’s already in noConflict by default because jQuery library included with wp loads in “no conflict” mode.

@ro1and just remove line 275 :
$ = jQuery.noConflict(); <-- delete this line, this is your bug.

This is all because imageMenu uses the mootools library. that particular line brings back the $, this conflicts with mootools, hence the root of your problems, so delete it :)

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ro1and says

@Ale55andro, thanks for helping! Silly question but what file do I delete that code from? Is it the imagMenu.js or the jquery.js? I really appreciate it!

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Typps says

@Ale55andro, thanks for helping! Silly question but what file do I delete that code from? Is it the imagMenu.js or the jquery.js? I really appreciate it!

it appears that the faulty code is output by the fullwidth-audio-player plugin, so try to disable that plugin and see if it resolves your issue. If so, contact the author or look up the plugin files and try to locate where they are outputting that piece of code and remove it.

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