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October 8, 2013 at 4:34 pm in reply to: Is this plugin working with jquery minified versions? 8824
Ok, Thank you Tareq.
October 8, 2013 at 4:11 pm in reply to: Is this plugin working with jquery minified versions? 8820
Hi Tareq, thank you for your help.
This is the Chrome console output:
PSA ERROR: Exception while evaluating.Object [object Object] has no method ‘ticker’ 211689b647dea8b4f7acd6a8f3cf42cd-js_defer.js:7
Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected identifier /wp-content/themes/wt_metro/framework/shortcodes/tinymce/plugin.js?ver=358-23224:23
The second one is tagged as error. Could be /themes/wt_metro/framework/shortcodes/tinymce/plugin.js causing the issue?
Hi Tareq, I conferm this.
I’ve a little bit investigate that.
Sorry Tareq, I’ve inverted the numbers. I’m running the PRO version 2.1.7.
I’ve updated the plugin to version 1.2.7 today from 1.2.3 .
This issue is still present into the last version. When the users updates their post from frontend, the date change into “now”.
COuld you fix it again? Thank you.
Never mind Tareq.
The post edit page was disappeared…I don’t know how…
I’ve created another one.
I’m in the frontend.
Clicking the edit link near the name of the post I get this kind of url :
but the browser reload the same frontend page with the posts list, not the page of the post to edit…
June 8, 2013 at 3:38 pm in reply to: Tinymce editor height in Frontend too small.How to fix it? 4670
The file I need to edit is “jquery.js” ? Where I can add this line into the file,please?
April 30, 2013 at 5:29 pm in reply to: Google maps field probably is conflicting with other js in dashboard 3037
oooh Yes. thank you again.
April 30, 2013 at 5:12 pm in reply to: Google maps field probably is conflicting with other js in dashboard 3035
Added, but it still does not work…
Wow! Thank you Tareq for your kindness.
And congratulations again for this amazing plugin.
You’re right Tareq. I’m Sorry, I haven’t seen the “save as a draft option” into forms settings.
HI Tareq, thank you for your work, but this is not exactly what I was intended.
My suggestion was to give to user the opportunity to save the post as a draft before definitively sumbit the content.
If an administrator see a post marked as a draft it will be not considered to be publish.
Ok, thank you Tareq.
Thank you Takeq. It’s true, this is solved.
But If a user edit his post and send it again for approval from the frontend, when I click “Edit” post in the backend, I get the date “now” into the edit screen.
Of course, If I approve the re-submitted post, the date become NOW.
Is it a “wp user frontend” related issue or a wordpress issue?
If I edit a random post from backend —> change status to “be approved” –> UPDATE.
When I edit this post again to approve it , the date is still the original one, not NOW.
Could you check it , please?