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    Tom
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    Have a problem with front end add project. The + sign is there but clicking doesn't do anything. Role of user is administrator, both in WP, and in WP Project Manager settings I've allowed admins to create. Tried a CSS fix that you suggested in another post but it didn't work. Any ideas?

    Thanks,

    Tom

    #19609

    Nizam Uddin
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    Would you please try it after deactivating other plugins? Its better if you test it with default wordpress theme. Then let us know. Thanks you..

    #19658

    Tom
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    I'll check it with plugins deactivated. I'll let you know. thanks.

    #19659

    Tom
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    It does work with 2014 theme activated. I disabled all plugins in the theme I'm using and it still didn't work.

    When I check in Firebug, and click the “+” sign to add a project, Firebug shows me a JQuery error (line 2) in jquery.js (version 1.11.0). Don't know whether this is your script or the theme's jquery.

    “Error: cannot call methods on dialog prior to initialization; attempted to call method ‘open'”

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    #19699

    Nizam Uddin
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    Hello
    I have no ability to create project that is why i am unable to test + sign of project creation. But i think its happening due to your theme js/css file. Please try it with default WordPress theme. Thank you..

    #19721

    Tom
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    Hi Nizam. I did try with 2014 and it does work. (read my previous message please).

    There must be a way to debug if there is a conflict? Certainly not everyone wants to use WordPress's 2012 or 2014. Any suggestions? Thanks.

    #19746

    Nizam Uddin
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    Hello Tom
    I forwarded it to development team. They will help you soon. Thank you.

    #19771

    Tom
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    Thank you Nizam.

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    Nizam Uddin
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    Nizam Uddin
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    #19999

    Tom
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    Nizam…the extra p is only being inserted in the wppm shortcode. In the theme documentation, developer suggests adding the following filter to remove extra p inserted in shortcodes by WordPress. I did this months ago and it works for all the theme shortcodes but does not effect wppm.

    remove_filter( ‘the_content', ‘wpautop' );
    add_filter( ‘the_content', ‘wpautop' , 99);
    add_filter( ‘the_content', ‘shortcode_unautop', 100);
    add_filter(‘the_content', ‘inc_shortcode_format', 101);
    if (!function_exists(‘inc_shortcode_format')) {
    function inc_shortcode_format($content)
    {
    $content = preg_replace(‘/(
    )\s*(< )/', '<', $content); $content = preg_replace('/(

    )\s*(

    ‘, $content);
    return $content;
    }
    }

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