To do this, you should start with a blank HTML page, then go to the page you are having problems with and copy the source code (as it is generated by WordPress) into your blank page. If you have any problems with paths and/or includes, use the base URL element to point back to your domain. After that, start stripping out anything that is not relevant to your problem. When you have it down to the minimum, post back here.
P.S. One thing is for sure, converting from vanilla JS to jQuery will not solve your problem.
Hi Pullo how are you
I can do that, but I had 2 freelancers get in, and they tried for hours, the only way they got the form working by putting script in the footer, but then other pages stopped working… That’s why I assume that wherever this script is stopping the page to work…
Note: I’ve tried another simple script and works perfectly in my wordpress, so I guess 100% from the script
If anyone can rewrite the sccript in another way maybe helpful
Hmmm. Where did you find said freelancers? That doesn’t sound right to me…
I don’t think you’ll find anyone to help you, TBH. You say in post #1 that you know nothing about scripting, but yet you’re making random guesses about where the problem lies. And without any kind of code to go on (code which reproduces the error) you’ve got us shooting in the dark.