Help configuring with gallery plugin (majuscule)

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    • Anonymous
      January 9, 2014 at 10:31 pm #3429

      I am using a gallery plugin (PWA+PHP) and thumbnails are displayed in a new window. They are all .jpg type. Rolf suggested amending file types to add .JPG (majuscule) but this also fails.
      I notice too that the slideshow option within gallery does work but is opening what looks like prettyphoto?? (built into theme).
      I have never been able to get prettyPhoto to work correctly with this theme hence why I installed Easy Fancybox (which is far cleaner look).



    • Anonymous
      January 9, 2014 at 10:31 pm #3433

      Sorry, forgot to mention a few links –

    • January 9, 2014 at 10:31 pm #3432

      Hi Darrin, there is a lot going on on your site and there are vey many scripts loaded. You might say it’s a bit heavy which makes debugging difficult… If you have any plugins activated that you do not really use, You might want to start with disabling those.

      Here are my observations so far:

      1. First things I see is a “Uncaught TypeError: Cannot set property ‘A’ of undefined” script error occurring. I do not know what causes it but it seems related to a script loaded by the MapPress plugin or another plugin called WP GX Maps (or both) or caused by a conflict with CalPress Pro which seems to be loading the Google Maps API library too!! In any case it prevents all script action like the one from FancyBox that comes after that.

      2. Then I notice that beside FancyBox and the prettyPhoto script from the theme, there is a third lightbox script loaded by a plugin called Calpress Pro. No idea yet if this is going to cause conflicts at some point.

      3. And last but not least, it looks like the PWA+PHP plugin replaces the WordPress jQuery v1.10 library with it’s own version 1.7 (not even in noConflict mode) which is incompatible with Easy FancyBox 1.5+. Also, you seem to be using another version than the one on May I ask why? As far as I can tell, the one from WordPress Plugins repository uses the standard WP included jQuery library so if you can use that one, you might be better off…

      Anyway, to get closer to solving this you will need some time and do a lot of testing. I’d suggest you start with these steps:
      (a) Disable the Easy FancyBox Pro extension (for now) and uninstall Easy FancyBox free version.
      (b) Go to and look for under Other Versions. Download the zip file and install that on your site via the WordPress Plugins > Add new > Upload dialog. Activate it and check the plugin settings.
      (c) Disable the MapPress plugin and/or WP GX Maps and/or CalPress and test your site to see if the FancyBox starts working…

      Hope that helps you further 🙂

    • Anonymous
      January 9, 2014 at 10:31 pm #3431


      Thank you for your comprehensive view on things. I do appreciate I have a few things loaded but would like to retain most of the features enabled if possible especially the event Calendar. I have gone through your instructions and after testing I have managed to resolve the conflict with Map calls by disabling it in CalPress Pro. It was called twice (and once within WP_GPX_Maps). GPX maps are still working, adding events in CalPress and utilising maps is still working and no errors in console log now apart from the known bug fixed in jquery 1.11
      event.returnValue is deprecated. Please use the standard event.preventDefault() instead. Which I am guessing I can ignore as it’s only a warning?
      At first when disabling all 3 plugins (and individually) I still couldn’t get EasyBox to work. Eventually I took a gamble and tried the suggested upgrade which the dashboard was informing of to go to Ver 1.5.6 and bingo! Its now working.
      However I still have one last outstanding problem with this particular theme when using the “slideshow” feature within the Photo Gallery in that the images are displayed behind the thumbnails (if that makes sense). It needs to come to the foreground. Doesn’t happen on default TwentyFourteen theme.
      I appreciate it’s not your plugin causing this but any ideas on how to solve would be greatly appreciated.

      Thanks again for such a great and quick response. I am actually thinking of moving away from this theme (Vilisya) in the near future when I have time to migrate, as it’s giving me some headaches!


    • Anonymous
      January 9, 2014 at 10:31 pm #3430


      Fixed display problem bringing slideshow to forefront by using:

      in white.css


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