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Conflict Be|Theme and The Events Calendar plugin

edited April 2017 in Other
Hi! In a local server I have no problem between the plugin The Events Calendar and the theme, but if I upload to a production server I get that error and I can't edit Post nor Pages in the admin area. Any idea to resolve this? Thanks

Uncaught TypeError: jQuery(...).sortable is not a function
at HTMLDocument.<anonymous> (tinymce-shortcode-script.js?ver=5.4.1:146)
at i (load-scripts.php?c=1&load[]=jquery-core,jquery-migrate,utils,plupload&ver=4.7.3:2)
at Object.fireWith [as resolveWith] (load-scripts.php?c=1&load[]=jquery-core,jquery-migrate,utils,plupload&ver=4.7.3:2)
at Function.ready (load-scripts.php?c=1&load[]=jquery-core,jquery-migrate,utils,plupload&ver=4.7.3:2)



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  • edited April 2017
    Yes I used Duplicator.

    I also noticed that in the production server it's not working the theme options panel (BeTheme Options). It's a blank page not loading at all.

    WP Version: [?] 4.7.3 WP Multisite: [?] – WP Memory Limit: [?] 128 MB WP Debug Mode: [?] – Language: [?] es_ES Server Environment Server Info: [?] Apache PHP Version: [?] 5.3.10-1ubuntu3.26 PHP Post Max Size: [?] 200 MB PHP Time Limit: [?] 240 PHP Max Input Vars: [?] 7500 SUHOSIN Installed: [?] ✔ MySQL Version: [?] 5.5.54 Max Upload Size: [?] 200 MB Default Timezone is UTC: [?] ✔ fsockopen/cURL: [?] ✔ DOMDocument: [?] ✔ Theme Name: BeTheme Version: 17.7
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  • Thank you. Error resolved with php version 7 on the server
  • edited July 1
    Hi, I have a similar conflict and Muffin Builder does not work with Events Calendar Pro activated. I have php 7.2

    Server environment
    • Server Info Apache
    • MySQL Version 5.6.39
    • PHP Version  7.2.5
    • PHP Memory Limit  256 MB
    • PHP Time Limit  180
    • PHP Max Input Vars  5000
    • WP Max Upload Size 64 GB
    • cURL 
    • DOMDocument 
    • WP Version  4.9.6
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  • Hello,

    No, the calendar is not disabled and the problem still persists. I cannot create new sections using Muffin Builder. I have downgraded PHP to ver 7
  • change file betheme\functions\builder\js\scripts.js at line 281
    from $( this ) to jQuery( this )

    solved it for me.
  • Thanks JoJoMoMo. It did work for me. I suppose I may have to use a Child theme for this change so as not to lose it during updates...
  • I hope they fix this in an update. It's the only place in that file where the $ is used instead of jQuery.
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