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    I have encountered a problem with full-page sliders … Loading images all together works fine. But changing the order of the images (after importing them) the page does not work. Important: it doesn’t work but only on mobile … on desktop everything works anyway … I did 1000 tests and in the end I solved it by importing the images already in the correct order. I don’t understand what the problem is, for now I have solved it but I hope that in the future you will be able to fix this bug because it is a bit difficult to find out.

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by  emmegigrafica.

    I also did a test with Enfold 4.4.1 … With that version everything is ok. The problematic version is 4.5.2 but also updating to 4.5.7 the problem is not solved.


    This is the link to a test page that I created specifically to let you see the problem:
    Important: run from mobile and compare it with the desktop version

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by  emmegigrafica.

    I ran a test using safari user agent to simulate the view on iphone …
    I think there is an error on the

    !function(a, b) {
    function c() {
    function a() {
    “undefined” != typeof _wpmejsSettings && (c = b.extend(!0, {}, _wpmejsSettings)), c.classPrefix = “mejs-“, c.success = c.success || function(a) {
    var b, c;
    a.rendererName&&-1 !== a.rendererName.indexOf(“flash”) && (b = a.attributes.autoplay && “false” !== a.attributes.autoplay, c = a.attributes.loop && “false” !== a.attributes.loop, b && a.addEventListener(“canplay”, function() {
    }, !1), c && a.addEventListener(“ended”, function() {
    }, !1))
    }, c.customError = function(a, b) {
    if ( – 1 !== a.rendererName.indexOf(“flash”)||-1 !== a.rendererName.indexOf(“flv”))
    return ‘‘ + mejsL10n.strings[“mejs.download-video”] + “
    }, b(“.wp-audio-shortcode, .wp-video-shortcode”).not(“.mejs-container”).filter(function() {
    return !b(this).parent().hasClass(“mejs-mediaelement”)
    var c = {};
    return {
    initialize: a
    a.wp = a.wp || {}, a.wp.mediaelement = new c, b(a.wp.mediaelement.initialize)
    }(window, jQuery);


    I solved the problem … it was a plug-in. :-)


    Hi emmegigrafica,

    Glad you got it working for you :)

    Next time, please refrain from replying to your own thread because it gets pushed back to the end of the queue and moderators won’t be able to provide a response immediately. Please be patient while we go through the rest of the queue. Thank you for your understanding.

    Best regards,

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