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Javascript conflict with my template 6 years 5 months ago #11675


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Hi theMuffinMan, first of all, thank you for all your help so far.

The issue I am currently having is between my template and the form with Javascript-Jquery : I use Morph from JoomlaJunkie which loads Jquery for other things and works fine with everything else such as my search module which also uses javascript.

The problem is when I go to a page with my BF for trip booking, the form's tooltip doesn't work and also breaks my search module. I checked with JoomlaJunkie and they said that the form is also loading Jquery and causing this issue.

He suggested if I could find a way to disable it for the form and everything should be fine but I am not sure where to do that.

If I was to disable it in the form, will the form still function correctly with the tooltip feature?

Here is the link with the form for troubleshooting: dev.sunholidaytours.com/trips/spain/inde...le-3-night-extension ( it is currently offline but I had provided you with a login)

If you would like it sent again, please let me know. I hope you can help with this. Thanks
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Re: Javascript conflict with my template 6 years 5 months ago #11677


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Hi!

Do these guys use the jquery non-conflict mode? If not then that's the issue.
JQuery is usually not conflicting with itself.
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Re:Javascript conflict with my template 6 years 5 months ago #11708


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I faced with a similar issue with one of Joomlart templates. The scripts conflict cause the main dropdown menu stop working for currently active menu item. This issue is reproduced only in Internet Explorer 7. Other browsers have an JS errors in their logs but menu seems to be working as usual.

After some time spent on experiments I found a workaround. I discovered that JS errors exist only when I use the form as a menu item. When I insert the form into any article through the BreezingForms plugin the page with article and the form in it loaded without any JS errors.
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Re:Javascript conflict with my template 6 years 3 weeks ago #14267


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Lio wrote:
When I insert the form into any article through the BreezingForms plugin the page with article and the form in it loaded without any JS errors.
thanks for sharing. when the plugin is set to create the form in an iframe the compatibility issue goes away. however showing the form in an iframe isn't ideal for many other reasons...

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is it possible to disable the import of the jquery.min.js from the administrator (without hacking the component)?
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Re:Javascript conflict with my template 6 years 3 weeks ago #14323


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Hi,

BF is using the non-conflict mode, and since version 1.7.1 this version should be gone for most cases.

If I am wrong, please let me know and I'll go deeper into that case.

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Re:Javascript conflict with my template 6 years 3 weeks ago #14324


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actually using version 1.7.2. there is still a javascript conflict. i am using the superfish dropdown menu module which also uses jquery and this breaks the page whether i set superfish to use no-conflict mode or not. the only way i can get the form to operate correctly is through the plugin iframe... however that creates a different set of challenges.

it would be great if the jquery include could be disabled through the admin interface.
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