Hell team YouJoomla,
If I switch the template to Protostar the errors do not show up. Our friends at Fabrik are suggesting then that it is a template issue but are willing to work with you as before to assist.
Any ideas? What else do you need? I can give you access to my test site and instructions on how to replicate.
Awaiting your response. Thanks.
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What is your CMS version?: Joomla 3.x
MySQL Version: 5.x
PHP version: 5.x
Link to installation: http://admiralsecure.ddns.net:8980
Have you edited any files? If yes tell us which ones.: No
Is this personal or client website?: Personal
Yes please PM admin access
Can you please pm me with admin and FTP or cPanel info's, so we can take a look.
Of top of my head is jquery issue , magnific is very popular plugin and we did not do any modifications to it
could be that the version is outdated and just needs updating but other than that magific is exactly that , magnific :)
PM sent to both of you with details.
To see how it works with Protostar be on the signup page, make Protostar the default inn admin, then reload the signup page. Then do the add per my pm.
Protostar has no scripts and issue is not with template , fabric reloads all head scripts and styles via ajax and there is no need to do that for a simple select
this is what is loaded on select
and this is already in the head
all they need is this
which is this guys html
so they basically reload all scripts/sty;es , but are missing the template footer which holds variables
see this http://screencast.com/t/uTsJCtWSoVYh
I am not sure what we can do here since we are not doing this via template but fabric is.
and honestly I am not sure why they need all template scripts in order to bring few divs via ajax.
OK, thanks Neo. I will advise the folks at Fabrk and see what they have to say.
I'm not sure if this is helpful or not, but I have a Joomla 3.5.1 site running Eximium with YJSG 2.2.3 and Fabrik 3.4.3. I have not experienced any errors since upgrading. Could it be a library conflict caused by another component?
Hi, this is Hugh from Fabrik.
@neo - the popup is loading a lot more than "just a few divs". :) We do a tmpl=component load of a Fabrik form view. Which could just be a few divs, or it could be hundreds of divs with thousands of lines of JS, multipage forms, with AJAX validation, etc etc.
However, I don't think that's the issue. The problem is that both of us are defining 'jquery'. In the yjsg.site.plugin.js, you test to see if 'define' is a function, define.amd exists, and if so, define(['jquery'],...). And unfortunately, we also define jquery.
It doesn't blow up on the main page load, because define isn't yet defined. But in our popup load, define is now a function, so your code attempts to define jquery.
I'll do some more experimenting and get back to you.
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