Adminbar JS is conflicting on some blogs
The adminbar JS file is either being loaded twice or is conflicting with another JS file being loaded by specific blogs preventing the adminbar from functioning correctly. I'm going to investigate where this conflict is coming from and how to correct it.
A specific example can be seen on CUNYPie:
Updated by Raymond Hoh almost 9 years ago
The "wpng-calendar" plugin is loading its own version of jQuery, which is a no-no!Two courses of action:
- Patch wpng-calendar to use WP's version of jQuery and notify the plugin authors. (Also check if there is an update for the plugin and see if this is addressed in a newer version.)
- Disable the plugin and use a different calendar plugin on CUNYPie.
Updated by Dominic Giglio almost 9 years ago
Looks good on my end.
I'm pretty sure Boone and I blacklisted the enabling of this plugin for this very reason. We left the plugin enabled on any site where it was already running so we wouldn't disrupt anyone's current setup, but no one can enable it going forward if they weren't already "grandfathered in."
Updated by Boone Gorges almost 9 years ago
- Status changed from New to Assigned
- Target version changed from Not tracked to 1.5.8
$ git log wp-content/plugins/wpng-calendar/ commit a86d7a16d7bec23b019d3faed503eaadc490d6ed Author: Boone Gorges <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue Jan 10 18:19:02 2012 -0500 Fixes some PHP notices commit 92a33878c47d73173bd15ec6b99834e211ba3f13 Author: Boone Gorges <email@example.com> Date: Tue Jan 4 18:15:20 2011 -0500 Fixes widget title markup in Google Calendar widget. Fixes #509 commit b92399fd00d9d3cdbbf2b1356139ef540a0f9654 Author: Zach Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Fri May 14 17:52:24 2010 -0500 initial commit
Doesn't look like wpng-calendar is being maintained, so I'd say let's just go ahead and make the change right in the plugin. Dom, can you take care of this? Remove their own registering/enqueuing of jquery, and then make sure that jquery is registered correctly as a dependency for their other scripts. Then, please feel free to send a .diff patch to the author, if you can find their info (though don't hold your breath for it to be implemented).