Support » Plugin: Restore Link Title Field » Breaks layout in Safari on iPad and iPhone

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  • Plugin Author Samuel Wood (Otto)

    (@otto42)

    WordPress.org Admin

    Not much I can do about that one either. There’s not enough room on the screen to display everything there.

    My advice: Don’t use this plugin. Title fields are unnecessary and bad for accessibility.

    Wow.

    Well, OK, as this plugin is released under the GPL v2, I’m going to share a fix.. here’s how to properly resolve this issue:

    1. Open the file: restore-link-title-field/restore-link-title-field.js
    2. Find the line immediately after the comment: // Move search results lower to avoid overlapping
    3. Replace it with the following:
      $( '<style type="text/css"> .has-text-field #wp-link #search-panel .query-results { top: 235px; } @media screen and (max-width:782px) { .has-text-field #wp-link #search-panel .query-results { top: 275px; } }</style>' ).appendTo( 'head' );
    Plugin Author Samuel Wood (Otto)

    (@otto42)

    WordPress.org Admin

    This is kind of a bad solution, in the long run.

    Again, I reiterate my original advice: Don’t use this plugin. Stop adding titles to links. They’re unnecessary, they’re bad for accessibility, and you should not use them. This plugin is specifically to help a limited number of users, and if you’re not one of those, then be aware that eventually, this plugin will be phased out and the functionality will go away. This is by design.

    Stop using this plugin. It will go away. You don’t need link titles, and they make your site worse. Really.

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