Javascript problem?

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  • #38235

    workplacepsychology
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    Normally, when you click on one of the sliders, it slides to whichever one you click on.

    But sometimes when I scroll down just a bit in the main page of my blog and then click on one of the sliders, it will skip down the page a bit and then the URL will end with #a1, #a2, #a3, #a4, or #a5 (depending on which slider I clicked on).

    I think it has to do with javascript.

    I use Chrome on Mac OS X. Here are 2 screenshots.

    The blog I need help with is: workplacepsychology.net

    #38383

    neeraga1
    Theme Author

    I tried to replicate the issue that you are experiencing but unable to find the problem.

    Could you suggest me some steps to follow to replicate the issue that you are experiencing ?

    The #a1, #a2, #a3, #a4, or #a5 are the id’s of different slides, it just points to the exact slide number so that the slider knows which slide has been clicked.

    The issue you are experiencing can occur only if your javascript is not loaded completely or if you are using a browser where the Javascript is disabled.

    Let me know if you still have any issues.

    Thanks & Warm Regards,
    Neeraj

    #38384

    workplacepsychology
    Member
    Original poster

    Hi Neeraj: Ok, I’m able to replicate the issue on Firefox too. If you scroll down (like in the attached screenshot [in RED] and let it sit there for a while, then when you click on the slider the page will skip up and then when you try to click on the slider again, it results in the URL ending with #a1, #a2, #a3, #a4, or #a5 (depending on which slider you clicked on).

    The trick to replicating this issue is to have it about the same as place where I have it, with part of the top slider not shown, AND you have to let it sit there for 5-10 minutes before clicking on one of the sliders.

    #38437

    neeraga1
    Theme Author

    Hello,

    I tried to find this issue on multiple computers and in different test environments. However, I couldn’t replicate the issue that you are experiencing.

    Is there by any chance you have some application or extension installed on your computer or browser which is creating the conflict and making your slider to stop after 10-15 minutes.

    Perhaps viewing the website on some other computer to check whether this issue is appearing there or not might help.

    #38438

    workplacepsychology
    Member
    Original poster

    Hi Neeraj,

    I will try to disable the extensions on Firefox and see if this javascript problem can be replicated and report back. Thanks.

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