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    Martijn
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    I am searching for help. Bought a license of your wonderful plugin, but i get the error-message while i try to load the frontend form: SyntaxError: Unexpected token ‘< ' I am using a ajax script to load all contents and if i deactivate the plugin (ajax-for-all) i can load the form without any failure. What can i do, to use both plugins? the page link: http://www.opgevouwen.nl/zhdk/

    and the frontend form link: http://www.opgevouwen.nl/zhdk/#url=http%3A//www.opgevouwen.nl/zhdk/hinzufugen/

    #9371

    Tareq Hasan
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    Sorry Martijn, I believe the both plugin can't work together. I don't know how the ajax for all plugin works, but loading the from via ajax will not work as the plugin (WPUF) also uses ajax to submit its content.

    #9456

    Martijn
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    Thats the final answer from you, no time for debugging help about the Unexpected token “<" … this just happen if we activate your plugin? This would mean we need to deactivate a necessary interaction from the site, if you seen the project website.

    #9465

    Tareq Hasan
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    The plugin (ajax-for-all) hasn't been updated in 2 years and it clearly states a section What won't work and WPUF falls under that category. If you go to the demo link, it states:

    trying to ajaxify a website though a plugin is the wrong approach.

    I hope you get the idea why I am not bothering trying to solve the problem.

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