On http://dhamma.audio/ the Loading graphic sometimes appears twice (two on top of each other) and one of the loader graphics remains on the page after loading is finished. This disables navigation on parts where the loading graphic covers the content. Using version 3.3.0 of the SLAM! theme.
I have the Advanced AJAX Page Loader plugin enabled and AJAX enabled in the Quantum panel. Perhaps there is a conflict there somewhere? Please let me know the recommended configuration, or if this is a bug.
Screen sample: https://gyazo.com/242925fca53fa323b6f452da9bacaaca
- This topic was modified 2 years, 3 months ago by iohannis.
Please note that I had to disable AJAX in the Quantum Panel to make the site usable. Please let me know when you can look at this, or try duplicating locally, and I can enable again for demonstration
I need to check your site, enable the plugin and see which is the error.
Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org the wordpress access, along with a link to this topic to let me follow the conversation.
I tried and is true.
Try disabling any external plugin please and retry, otherwise send me the admin by email please, I need to login to check
I reset the entire site, so the issue is gone. The only external plugin that was active was Search & Filter, and I plan to use it again – would you be able to check that it’s compatible with the theme?
Actually the AJAX setting in the Quantum Panel was just disabled. I can now confirm that when both the AJAX setting is enabled and the Advanced AJAX Page Loader is active, the loader doesn’t disappear. No other plugins than the ones from the theme are active.
You are true, we introduced a built in ajax loading but is better the external plugin for advanced usage, so keep it disabled the one in qantum panel.2 years, 2 months ago QantumThemes DevelopersKeymaster
Please disable ajax in qantum panel keep only the plugin. Disable all external plugins. Some of them can be messing up…
Is the only way to understand what is messing up.
Thanks!2 years, 2 months ago iohannisParticipant
@qantumthemes I think perhaps it may help to add documentation about having either the AJAX plugin activated, or enabling it in Qantum Panel. I have only the plugin active now, since I interpreted your comment as that would be recommended. At least it appears to work.2 years, 2 months ago QantumThemes DevelopersKeymaster
that’s absolutely true, but is an error that will disappear.
The thing is: we completely developed a better ajax page loading as the external plugin was not performing at top, and there is actually already in the theme an ajax page loading, but still couple of integrations with some func. were not 100 good so we decided to keep it in standby for this version after the tests.
As the decision came just before publishing, it’s been published with the function disabled by code but the switch is still there, causing a bit of mess with the other plugin.
Next version will have things fixed in a way or another.
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