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Slider is Blank on page load. Shows up once nav is clicked

Posted on 2016-08-16
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Hi!
I installed a plugin several years ago on a site. Unfortunately, the plugin has disappeared from the repository and the dev's site is no longer.
With the recent upgrade of WordPress, the slider is blank upon loading of the page. But, clicking on the side nav brings it back to life.
I'm noticing the disappearing act in Chrome.

I know this is a long shot, but can anyone tell me why it suddenly stopped loading? If it's a simple line of code, then I can extend the life of the plugin until I find another solution.

http://skinharmonics.com

The plugin was called: Frontpage Slideshow.
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Question by:Alicia St Rose
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by:Julian Hansen
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What are we looking for?
What does the plugin do?

Looks the same to me in FF and Chrome.
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by:Julian Hansen
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The slideshow seems to work for me OOTB on both.
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by:Donna
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Working for me too...

works on page load, didn't have to do anything...

??
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by:Alicia St Rose
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Interesting...
I'm on Yosemite. What OS are you using?
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Alicia St Rose earned 500 total points
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Hmm...
Working for me now too.
Last night when I loaded page there was just an outlined box and I could see the nav on the right. The slider only started when I clicked on one of the nav buttons (with the read more content.)

Seems to be working now. My client's Social Media person said it wasn't working for her, either...
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