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[simpleviewer gallery_id="5"] (4 posts)

  1. yasop
    Posted 1 year ago #

    the button to insert gallery code inserts invalid characters (trash):

    [simpleviewer gallery_id="5"]


  2. Steven
    Posted 1 year ago #

     is the Byte Order Mark (BOM) but I do not know why it is appearing in your WP-SimpleViewer gallery shortcode as the file responsible for generating the 'gallery_id' text in the shortcode is encoded in "UTF-8 without BOM".

    First of all, make sure that you are using the latest version of WP-SimpleViewer (v2.3.2.1).

    If you have modified any of the plugin's files, then try reinstalling the plugin using the unmodified files.

    Otherwise, there may be a plugin which is conflicting with WP-SimpleViewer and causing this problem. Try temporarily deactivating all your other plugins and reactivate them one by one (checking the WP-SimpleViewer functionality after reactivating each one) until you find the source of the conflict.
    If you find a conflicting plugin, please let me know.

    Also, I notice that your sample shortcode has a gallery_id="5".
    Are the 4 previously created galleries affected in the same way or has this just started happening with gallery 5? If this is a recent occurrence, then try to think of anything that has changed recently which might be contributing to this problem. If you have not changed anything recently, then perhaps something has changed on your web server.

  3. yasop
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thank you, Steven. It´s very strange. I try v2.3.2.1 and v.2.3.2 , in WordPress 3.5.2. The same problem without running another plugins. The previously created glleries affected in the same way. I´ll try another WordPress installation.

  4. Steven
    Posted 1 year ago #

    As no-one else has reported this problem, it would appear to be specific to your own setup.
    If you have a clean WordPress 3.5.2 installation and are using WP-SimpleViewer v2.3.2.1 (with no other plugins and the default theme), then variables remaining are your web server and the method you use to upload the plugin files.
    Try reinstalling the plugin by uploading the WP-SimpleViewer zip file to your 'plugins' folder and then unzip it on your web server using the extract functionality in your cPanel's file manager.

    Is this just a visual problem in the admin backend or does it affect the display of the galleries in the frontend, too?

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