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11/02/2016 at 1:59 pm #398388Larry KirkhartParticipant
I have the cMap plugin and have an issue that I cannot figure out how to resolve.
On the directory listing, there is an option to include a dropdown of the categoryies so that a user can select specific categories.
However, the dropdown selector is initially blank, without a default value in the first field. Normally, in HTML I could do something like <option selected disabled>Select Category</option>. Where is the file with the HTML that can be adjusted to accomplish this???
Thank you!11/02/2016 at 2:01 pm #39838911/02/2016 at 2:22 pm #398391Steven ZahmKeymaster
The issue is the result of a fatal error introduced by a thirdparty plugin. You can see this by opening the page in Chrome, hitting the F12 key an then clicking the Console tab.
You will find this error:
Uncaught TypeError: a.cookie is not a function(…)
from this file
The error is preventing all scripts that are loaded after the error from running. Basically all the script for Connections since those are the only scripts loaded after the error.
The script causing the error seems like it is part of WooCommerce.
It seems this has come up more than once (meaning, a lot) in the WooCommerce support channels.
Here’s the most interesting:
If you follow the link given in the reply:
It basically states that the web host is blocking access to the file. Once such web host seems to be InMotion.
Since the errors I’m seeing on your site all point to this being the issue, it seems, unfortunately, that you will have to contact your web host and request that they stop blocking access to the file.
I should note, this also means that WooCommerce is effectively broke too.
I hope this helps! Let me know.
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