- 2014-12-28 at 07:36 #3365
I noticed that there is a conflict that arose starting with version 3.2.01 December 11th. After disabling all plugin and starting them one by one I was able to determine that when WordPress SEO by Yoast and Filebase pro are both enabled wp_enqueue_script(“jquery”) is no longer called into wp_head().
I installed the older version from may and confirmed that it did not happen when I restored 3.1.15.
Any Ideas of how to patch this issue? Thanks!2014-12-29 at 23:25 #3376EliotParticipant
I can confirm this issue – we’re having the same problem here. We’re running WordPress version 4.1, WordPress SEO version 1.7.1 and WP-Filebase Pro 3.2.02. A fix would be most appreciated.
Thank you!2015-01-06 at 19:33 #3424
Hi Elliot, have you had any luck with this? Will try to make some time this week to dig deeper and trouble shoot, I just have SEO disabled for the time being. You?2015-01-08 at 22:22 #3522
I have confirmed this has been solved in 3.2.032015-01-09 at 20:40 #3539EliotParticipant
Thanks, Josh. I’ll try 3.2.03 as well.
We test all updates before pushing them to our live site, so we simply refrained from running the plugin updates.
Eliot2015-01-09 at 20:54 #3540
I usually do that too, was busy and cut a corner this time, lesson learned 🙂 Take care.2015-01-14 at 17:01 #3587FabianParticipant
Should’ve been fixed with 3.2.03. Since WP SEO generates the post content 2 times (one for keyword indexing and the other for real output), the Jquery script was only printed during keyword indexing.
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