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[resolved] New Version of Upload Form (6 posts)

  1. jmacd
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    In the newest version I am having some format issues with the text input area and the submit button on the upload form:
    http://wp1.smallworks.ca/blog/add_a_listing/

    If I revert to an earlier version of page-classyfried_add_listing.php can I expect any issues?

    Thanks.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/classyfrieds/

  2. wpprogrammeurs.nl
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    You should have no problem going back to earlier versions, but keep in mind that every subsequent version also has security and speed updates built in.

    You may be better off trying to explain the problem so I can see if it needs a fix :-)

  3. jmacd
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Of course, you can't see the issue unless you are registered and logged in to the add_a_listing page.

    You can see a graphic of the problem here:
    http://www.smallworks.ca/addalisting.html

    Note the text input box and the input button on the form.

  4. jmacd
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Here's a little more info on this issue.

    I only get the format problem on the text input box in the upload form that you see here:
    http://www.smallworks.ca/addalisting.html
    when I am logged in as the admin on my wp blog.

    If I log out and use the classyfrieds' add a listing upload form from "outside" of the admin role on my blog but still registered and logged in to classyfrieds/wp so I can use the form to add a listing, I get this:
    http://www.smallworks.ca/addalisting_2.html

    However, in either case the submit button is messed up.

  5. wpprogrammeurs.nl
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    You have another plugin (or theme function ?) active that is adding icons to the WP editor. It appears these icons are only added for admins, however the icons are forcefully added on to the 2ns row of icons in the editor.

    Most editor altering plugins add a third row of icons to the editor instead of forcing them on to row 2. You'll likely also have problems on narrow screens in the wp-admin editor.
    You could see which plugin is responsible for these icons, and point the developer to this thread.

    I am not sure which plugin adds the icons. Maybe you can choose layout or select fewer icons in a plugin setting ????

    regarding your submit button: try switching the active language to something else and then back to english (Or edit the current language for the submit button). The button shows language variable f_submit
    ( see classyfrieds->language_edit in your wp-admin panel)

  6. wpprogrammeurs.nl
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    I'll assume that this topic was resolved with my last response.

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