31 Jul 2018 at 10:04 #19217
Uncaught TypeError – On Front-Page (when only one blog entry)Resolved
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Uncaught TypeError: $postsContainers.imagesLoaded is not a function
31 Jul 2018 at 11:33 #19218
- scripts-global.js line 221
- scripts-global.js line 539
Anyway, I will investigate what’s going on and fix the issue in next theme update. Thanks again for spotting, good catch :)4 Sep 2018 at 02:14 #19372
Any progress on a solution please?4 Sep 2018 at 14:36 #19375
Please note that I can not replicate your issue.
I have checked your web page source and I’ve noticed something different in loading the ImagesLoaded script:
As you can see your website has added
async="async"parameter and also the URL of the script is a bit different.
Looking at the
async="async"it uses double quotes instead of single ones which would be default WordPress. This brings me to conclusion that the
asyncparameter was added manually or via a plugin. Could you please check your website setup and make sure not to load that particular script asynchronously please? Maybe some of your plugins do this – try to disable all the plugins except Jetpack to see if that helps?7 Sep 2018 at 10:09 #19386
I am struggling to find the source for the Async parameter. It isn’t on many scripts so it can’t be an optimiser plugin (it would attach the option to more).
Will keep looking, I have deactivated the usual suspects but no luck yet.
Will be in touch.7 Sep 2018 at 16:27 #19387
Sure, this can be difficult to trace. I suggest disabling all the plugins to see if that helps. Also, don’t forget to disable/flush any server cache if you are using such solution (for example Siteground hosting has such cache enabled by default if I’m not mistaken). You can also contact your hosting provider and ask them if they can help.11 Sep 2018 at 01:01 #19391
The cause was a benign plugin “Intense shortcodes” which is also using ImagesLoaded function to fix a bug in qtip.
Would never have guessed it, was a real trial to isolate.
I have lodged a support ticket but can confirm when this plugin is off the “Async” attribute is not added.11 Sep 2018 at 14:18 #19392
Great job tracing the issue! Indeed, some plugins can do weird things ;) Async scripts loading is a good feature but it should be used responsibly with regards to other scripts.
My additional question would be, does this solve your issue please?13 Sep 2018 at 00:49 #19407
The Intense plugin developer will be doing a fix in next release so any future clients of Auberge and Intense will no longer feel the pain you and I went through.
This error is resolved.13 Sep 2018 at 15:53 #19411
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