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why do drupal administrator users get different javascript results

ampoliros 8 years ago in Blogs and Content Management Systems / Drupal 7 0
Specifically, I have a slideshow driven by JavaScript. It runs flawlessly for all users except Administrators (when hosted by InMotion). Hosting this same website on our LAN the slideshow just works.

The javascript file in question is public_html/sites/all/themes/business/js/sliding_effect.js
I have looked at the js file as well as the 2 php files (template.php and theme-settings.php) for the theme. I simply do not see any settings related variables which would make the script fail to function for Administrator users. The page source for the rendered webpage when logged in as an administrator and when not logged in do not show any difference in the lines referencing the sliding_effect.js file.

Something which may be related... When I went to edit a picture the "Media Selector" widget overlay will not display. I had to revert to the default "Image" widget. Again - something which worked flawlessly on our LAN.
Hello Ampoliros,

This issue was reviewed in a support ticket. Please follow up with further information in that ticket. We are unable to duplicate the issue with the slideshow here. Please follow up on this issue through the support ticket as they are actively troubleshooting the issue.

If you have any further questions, please contact technical support or leave a comment at the bottom of the page.

Regards,

Arnel C.