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  • newpo Friend
    #207450

    My guess is there is som conflicts.

    I hav added a mootools switcher on/off script. You will find it in the pluginsection it you search “moot”

    Something is wron. Please help us.

    Br

    Ken

    Adam M Moderator
    #574401

    Hi @newpo,

    First, there’s a JS conflict in your site and I’m afraid that debug this part is beyond our support scope. But you can try to temporary disable any 3rd party extensions in your site to see which one is the cause of your problem.

    In addition, make sure that you don’t use single / double quote in tooltip description field and recheck.

    newpo Friend
    #574684

    Hi
    Thanks for the answer.

    Can i hire you to find and solve this conflict for us. And in case of yes, what will it cost?

    Have a nice day

    newpo Friend
    #641028

    Hi
    Thanks for the answer.

    Can i hire you to find and solve this conflict for us. And in case of yes, what will it cost?

    Have a nice day

    newpo Friend
    #739692

    Hi
    Thanks for the answer.

    Can i hire you to find and solve this conflict for us. And in case of yes, what will it cost?

    Have a nice day

    newpo Friend
    #574687

    and…

    If this might be a solution. Where would i implement it

    // load jQuery, if not loaded before
    if (!JFactory::getApplication()->get(‘jquery’)) {
    JFactory::getApplication()->set(‘jquery’, true);
    // add jQuery

    }

    newpo Friend
    #641031

    and…

    If this might be a solution. Where would i implement it

    // load jQuery, if not loaded before
    if (!JFactory::getApplication()->get(‘jquery’)) {
    JFactory::getApplication()->set(‘jquery’, true);
    // add jQuery

    }

    newpo Friend
    #739695

    and…

    If this might be a solution. Where would i implement it

    // load jQuery, if not loaded before
    if (!JFactory::getApplication()->get(‘jquery’)) {
    JFactory::getApplication()->set(‘jquery’, true);
    // add jQuery

    }

    Adam M Moderator
    #574723

    Hi @newpo,

    The code above is used to check if jQuery has been loaded or not and call the jQuery lib accordingly, but your problem comes from jQuery and Mootools conflict.

    Mootools is not used in Joomla! 3.4.x anymore but you’re using FLEXIcontent which need Mootools to be enabled and it cause a JS conflict as you can see.

    Adam M Moderator
    #641067

    Hi @newpo,

    The code above is used to check if jQuery has been loaded or not and call the jQuery lib accordingly, but your problem comes from jQuery and Mootools conflict.

    Mootools is not used in Joomla! 3.4.x anymore but you’re using FLEXIcontent which need Mootools to be enabled and it cause a JS conflict as you can see.

    Adam M Moderator
    #739731

    Hi @newpo,

    The code above is used to check if jQuery has been loaded or not and call the jQuery lib accordingly, but your problem comes from jQuery and Mootools conflict.

    Mootools is not used in Joomla! 3.4.x anymore but you’re using FLEXIcontent which need Mootools to be enabled and it cause a JS conflict as you can see.

    abdulsamad Friend
    #1056598

    You are getting a void(0); because of your syntax. Its best that you change href="javascript:void(0)" to href="#". Plus I think you should try clearing your caches as well and Remove cookies from your browser.

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