And I’ll do that too.

 
Crown: Ok, so I’ll enqueue only the script then, will try and see if it works now

Douillet: Stuffmc: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/htaccess#Multisite

Douillet: BRB – Granola bar in my car ๐Ÿ˜€

Mehringer: Bseides that all works the same as with my previous .htaccess

Iwanyszyn: Again, itโ€™s only when trying to access http://pomcast.biz/comments/wp-admin/network/

Woelzlein: When logged in, obivously

Sinitiere: Ok Douillet, now I have this with no jquery but only my script, the good news is that the page now displays again, so good sign but the console.log aleert in my script http://pastebin.com/RUhxDEZq still doesn’t show up, should I try to include jquery as well?

Mulqueen: Ah OK it says in the console that there is no javascript on the page, so it’s not loading the script, do I have to reference it somewhere in the template other than functions.php?

Tiefenauer: Like in the usual way script src=”script_1.js”/script?

Savers: B****t: what does your enqueue script look like right now?

Layton: B****t: this should NOT be this difficult!

Kilbourn: Its paining me to watch this

Ernstrom: This is the functions.php at the moment http://pastebin.com/UmE08q00

Douillet: B****t: WordPress has jquery built in I believe

Harshfield: But when I look at the source code of the page my script_1.js isn’t on the page anywhere

Douillet: B****t: Is the site live?

Bartha: Jquery is there, you’re right notchris

Douillet: Let me just look and tell you whats up

Mccluskey: Add_action’wp_enqueue_scripts’, ‘theme_enqueue_scripts’; should be

Deck: Add_action’wp_enqueue_scripts’, ‘theme_enqueue_script’;

Salyards: And yes. WP has jQuery built in BUT you have to enqueue it if your theme doesn’t already do tha t

Douillet: Ooops, that was my bad

Lambermont: B****t: did you even look in your pagesource to see if jquery is already included?

Casanas: Yep Douillet I did, jquery is there, it’s just my script that’s missing

Doto: B****t: did you see what I said?

Douillet: B****t: Probably the reference

Bens: Guimares, if I remove the s, as I just tried, the functions.php knackers my page completely

Zogg: B****t: well removing the ‘s’ is necessary// breaking your page likely has to do with whatever is inside your JS

Douillet: B****t: Can you link us to your site plz

Selleck: B****t: your JS is broken so its killing the bubble of events for JS

Thau: B****t: so there you hae it. we fixed your WP issue. the rest is NOT wordpress related. You can ask in #jquery or #javascript

Kucinski: Douillet, unfortunately it’s local. Guimares the js has just a doc ready and a console.log, http://pastebin.com/3mir8gKS

Rumley: B****t: dont know what to tell you. “knackered” isnt a good description and im tired of asking “what do you mean by that” to people

Kinniburgh: So I doubt very much it’s my js. OK i’ll remove the ‘s’. Douillet, hang on, I’ll see if I can quickly recreate this onto the live version, I should have an old wordpress installation somewhere

Rieg: Fair enough Guimares, let me see if I can get t online

Douillet: B****t: You should just implement the script via a script tag in your template for testing

Douillet: B****t: enqueue after there are no errors

Hon: Ah ok, so I can reference the script the usual way script src=”script_1.js”/script inside header.php

Douillet: B****t: Do it in footer.php

Douillet: But for testing, yes.

Douillet: Or if you don’t care otherwise, then for production

Douillet: B****t: I would also read, wordpress/">http://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-tutorials/how-to-properly-add-javascripts-and-styles-in-wordpress/

Driscol: And I’ll do that too!