I'm working on a WordPress theme / site for a client of ours. Long story short, it appears that a premium plugin I purchased is interfering with my jquery scripts.
I've tried putting my jquery into noConflict mode, but I'm not sure that I have the syntax correct, given that it's not working...
When I remove the reference to the plugin from my footer, the jquery works. But I just want to be sure I've protected my js as best as possible.
// easy frontend framework
// add classes to certain elements (for styling)
$('section.downloads article ul li:nth-child(2n)').addClass('alt');
You'll see from the script, that I'm also making use of Alen Grakelic's Easy Front End framework, which is referenced in another file.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.