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[resolved] Problems with usability of "Write" tab (4 posts)

  1. tevinanderson
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    First off,

    I'll be the first to admit that I am not a blogging afficianado. I have experiance with HTML and other coding and internet projects.

    Also this is my first day using WP (I did a brief search for a solution to my topic in the forums and didn't immediately find one. So my appologies if this is a simple fix/already discussed to death.)

    My problem seems to be a problem with the "write" portion of the admin program.

    When I click to create a new post I'm given the visual option. I can click in the text box to create a title and tags.

    But the primary text box for Body is "unclickable". I can't put text in it.

    The title and tag box are grey shaded. And I have the text cursor available. Yet when I hover over the Visual Post section (white in background color) I just recieve the normal pointer cursor.

    On another probably related note:

    Under the catagory tab on the right. If I try to create a catagory ("Test" for example), and then I click 'ADD'. The text disappears but it doesn't seem to have added to the list.

    Thanks in advance for your advice on how to solve this problem.

    Edit: Other important information. I'm using Internet Explorer 7. Windows VISTA.

  2. tevinanderson
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Ok I did a little more searching and a little more testing.

    This is what I've found:

    When I load firefox this isn't a problem. So it seems to be an IE7 conflict.

    Also, I found another topic on this exact issue with no response. Are there no answers out there for this issue?

    Now the easy fix would be to change primary browsers. But I do like IE7 (I know I'm in the minority). Are there any patches out there to make this work with IE7?

    Thanks in advance.

    Tevin

  3. Chris_K
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Are you, by chance, disabling javascript in IE? Any local firewall or security suites that might be doing that?

    I'll confess that lately I use IE7 more than FF, and I've not experienced your issue.

  4. tevinanderson
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Thanks for the reply! That may have been it. The problem has been resolved. :-D

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