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Adding change reliant on JS plugin

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The change we're implementing replaces a dropdown with a slider, from this: https://github.com/seiyria/bootstrap-slider. We have added the js and the call to the page in the html on our end, so that when we added the change in Optimize, it would be ready to go. However, when we make the change in Optimize, the slider won't generate. It's there (saving the page out of the browser, and reopening that saved page, shows the slider perfectly. Also, when we remove the Google Optimize snippet, the slider generates perfectly).

 

Has anyone else had any issues with Google Optimize keeping a plugin or js from working? 

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April 2017

Adding change reliant on JS plugin

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Never mind! Finally found that Optimize won't use jquery. Was able to implement with plain js instead.

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Adding change reliant on JS plugin

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Never mind! Finally found that Optimize won't use jquery. Was able to implement with plain js instead.