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Chrome/Safari (WebKit Javascript/Ajax) Issues


  • Jason Giedymin
    Member

    @jason_jm

    On both Chrome and Safari (latest stable on both, and up-to trunk on Chrome) these do not work for me:

    - Adding/Removing from favorites ajax script within a viewed topic: Clicking on the span wrapped anchor shows animation but state unchanged.

    - keymaster removal of posts: input box and animation plays, upon refreshing page (Manual F5) posts re-appear.

    These situations do not occur with FireFox or I.E.

    I’ve also replaced jQuery 1.2.6 with jQuery 1.3.2 (without errors, and requires a few php changes to the script loader) but this does not work. I had thought maybe there were fixes to 1.3.2 ajax code.

    Still not discounting my own server config, and I haven’t fully debugged the javascript yet. I have jQuery debug up and running, just going to be a while.

    Stack is: WPMU 2.8.1 >> BBPress 1.0.1

    Anyone have similar issues?

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  • Jason Giedymin
    Member

    @jason_jm

    Also, if i right-click the link and past it into the address bar; everything works.

    Just the ajax calls aren’t.


    Jason Giedymin
    Member

    @jason_jm

    Fails: Opera, Chrome, Safari

    Pass: I.E., FF2, Safari iPhone OS 2.x


    Jason Giedymin
    Member

    @jason_jm

    This only occurs during ssl, with these defines active:

    define(‘BB_FORCE_SSL_USER_FORMS’, true);

    define(‘BB_FORCE_SSL_ADMIN’, true);

    HTTP works just fine.

    The Javascript error is a XHR security violation (usually with mismatched domains). Still debugging…


    Tom(dB)
    Participant

    @tomdebruin

    Have you posted this in Trac? > http://trac.bbpress.org/


    chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    Just FYI, in Chrome, here, I don’t have any of these problems, so maybe it is related only to SSL.


    Jason Giedymin
    Member

    @jason_jm

    I will try to post a trac.

    It surely is a ssl issue.

    Work around is to disable Ajax by extracting either the class via jquery (core mod not necessary) or modding the php core.

    (so as to not rely on ajax, falling back on hrefs)


    Jason Giedymin
    Member

    @jason_jm

    Trac Posted: http://trac.bbpress.org/ticket/1159#preview

    I’ll try to update it when I have time.

    Btw, I had the trac ticket entry properly formated but alas It was raw text formatting which got stripped upon posting by the server. Sorry :-(


    Jason Giedymin
    Member

    @jason_jm

    I’ll leave this topic ‘unresolved’ for now.

    Work around is posted above.

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