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Community Links Feed Plugin Not Working Properly WordPress


I have a tutorial blog here:

Scroll down, and look at the right sidebar <strong>Community Links Feed</strong> plugin I have in there. The <strong>More</strong> link is working, and leads to the [[LINK href=""]]Wikispaces Community Feeds Link page[[/LINK]] that I have set up, but the <strong>Add Link</strong> link is not working in the right sidebar, nor the Wikispaces Community Feeds Link page.

I have it installed locally on my Mac, and it works fine, so not sure if there's a conflict somewhere between plugins on

<strong>So, I basically need someone to help me figure out how to get the Add Link button to work... </strong>

I'm not sure what I need to send you, or what else I need to post here that might help you find the solution, but just let me know.


Answers (3)


Dan Davies answers:

There is a javascript error on that page.

I would assume it's because of this code in the source:

<script type='text/javascript' src=',blog/wp-includes/js/jquery/jquery.js,blog/wp-content/plugins/community-links-feed/assets/jquery-1.3.2.min.js,blog/wp-content/plugins/community-links-feed/assets/theme.js,blog/wp-content/plugins/wp-minify/cache/0cd26ca5683c988458ab0c609f4129d7.js'></script>

Some how those various javascript files have all been referenced in the same script tags, and probably just need separating out - with jQuery first.


Dan Davies answers:

Sorry, to clarify "separating out", I mean take that chunk of


and put each javascript file between its own script tags, like so:

<script type='text/javascript' src='</script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="blog/wp-includes/js/jquery/jquery.js"></script>

And so on.


Dan Davies answers:

<em>The javascript is being combined through the WP Minify plugin, which is used to combine javascript files into one to reduce HTTP requests and boost performance. I'd like to minify as many javascript files as I can into one to really boost the performance of my site.

I just separated out the theme.js, and the default jQuery.js file, and it now seems to work.

Wondering if there's a way to combine them all though, and still get it to work...</em>

Just to keep the support in here in case other users have something to add...

I suppose it might be a matter of trial and error to see how many you can minify, and what order (if it works like that) you minify them in before it stops working, and then identify the error.