Hello, Im obviously a newb, but I have battled with this for hours. I hope someone on here can help me: I added the JShortcodes plugin and liked the functionality it lent to certain pages on my site. I did not like the look however, and I went to the Jquery UI website and used their “themeroller” to style tabs and accordions that are more in-line with the overall style of my site.
How can I implement these changes into the display template? Which folder do I need to add the custom css/js files to? Is it as simple as uploading the custom Jquery files into Display’s root folders, or is it more involved?
Any help would be GREATLY appreciated, since this is the last bit of functionality I need to enter the final stages of site construction.
Ok, spent the past couple of hours looking into this, and I have found a way to load my custom js theme using the wp-ui widget. BUT I think I am running into some problems due to the Jquery version that comes with Display being v1.3.2.
Is it advisable to update jquery to the latest version while using Display as the theme? Would upgrading break the image slider or prettyphoto? I don’t want to break the site I already have, since I am at 90% completion…
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