I’m trying to write a simple WordPress plugin that displays a flatpickr calendar. The documentation says “If you have jQuery, flatpickr is available as a plugin. Simply
$(".selector").flatpickr(optional_config);. But when I do that, it complains:
TypeError: $(“.cwra-wsc”).flatpickr is not a function. (In ‘$(“.cwra-wsc”).flatpickr()’, ‘$(“.cwra-wsc”).flatpickr’ is undefined)
After some poking around, I thought maybe I’m missing the flatpickr jQuery plugin … but if I search the jQuery plugin registry, it says, “nothing found”.
I guess, given that the whole point of flatpickr is that it’s simple and doesn’t require any libraries, I could just download the code and deploy directly from my site, but given that their own documentation says that if you’re already running jQuery you can use the plugin (which, since I’m using WordPress, I am), that doesn’t seem like the Right Way. So, what is the Right Way to instantiate flatpickr in WordPress?
I guess this shouldn’t directly matter in terms of addressing the question above, but in interest of completeness, I’m writing the plugin based on the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate template. I register the widget by making a call to the loader in
register_widgets function is defined in the admin class:
CWRA_Widget_Simple_Calendar_Widget is pretty simple at this point, and works fine, and the correct HTML gets output:
which gets encoded in the widget class
and, indeed, the script is getting encoded … hence the error 🙂
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TBH, all of the above is probably too much for what I’m trying to do, but I’m also using this as an excuse to play with the plugin boilerplate. Thanks!
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