Strangest thing… It was all working and looking fine until is wasn’t.
If you look at the page, the ‘Book Now’ button is working fine, but the 4 buttons that should be displayed under each room description are not. The difference? The ‘Book Now’ button is a widget in the sidebar, the other four are built into at table created with TablePress.
When I’m logged in (as Admin) it all displays as it should on the front end, but when I log out and see the page as a site visitor – the buttons are gone and only the text link remains.
It WAS working before, not sure what’s changed. I’ve been actively building this site so what I did that caused the problem, could be anything from using a slider on the front page (took it out to see if that helped, it didn’t), adding the maxbutton as a widget on the sidebar to the Maple Leafs losing last night (not my fault).
The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]
There is a thing on TablePress in the FAQ – https://wordpress.org/plugins/maxbuttons/#faq
Will probably solve it 🙂
Thanks for the assist!
For others with this problem, it was adding to the shortcode on the page where the table appears. (see below)
[table id=123 cache_table_output=false /]
Note: Don’t directly copy and paste from the FAQ to the WP page editor in Visual mode, it will add formatting to the shortcode that you won’t see unless looking at the editor in ‘Text/HTML’ mode. Change the shortcode in ‘Text/HTML’ mode and you’ll be good to go.
Also, don’t use the ‘style=”inline”’ for the button shortcode within the table, it’s for enabling the cache when what you want is to disable it. 🙂
Bas, your speedy response was really appreciated! 5 gold stars for support by Maxbuttons!
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