I changed the init function to use .addClass() and .each() but this merely pushed the JS error down 7 lines. I’ve noticed a mass exodus away from this module in Drupal just in the last week. Anyone know what’s going on here?
Apologies on this one…FlexSlider broke due to a secondary JS function I implemented. Once this conflicting script was removed: voila! On a side note, I’d be interested to hear from Drupal developers regarding responsive sliders/slideshows and why usage stats for FlexSlider dropped so drastically last week?
Thanks for all you hard work, Chris, and congrats on the NET award. Well deserved indeed, mate!
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