Support » Plugin: Cunjo: The Best Free Social Share Plugin » Conflict with front-end editor

  • Resolved Jared Osborne

    (@jaredosborne)


    Just thought I’d let you know that there’s a conflict with Front-End Editor. When I’m logged into the site the buttons and url’s appear separated and in a messy list not all lined up in a row.

    Logged out, it’s fine, so it’s not really a problem for me or the viewer, but I’m doing a site for a client and it’s going to upset them :).

    Any thoughts? I may have to look for an alternative either way so everything plays nice.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/share-social/

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  • Plugin Author cunjo

    (@cunjo)

    Hi, thank you for using !Share, I am going to test it with Front-End Editor and see what results I get. I will get back to you soon.

    Plugin Author cunjo

    (@cunjo)

    HI again, we had some few bug reports about visual errors with some themes and plugins that are formatting the_content so we decided to make the fix a priority. We released version 1.5.1 This update fixes/prevents scripts on formatting the inline buttons. We also thoroughly tested it with front end editor and now its shows flawlessly. The main issue was that scripts were detecting where the_title function was used and wrapping them in span tags. We also took protection measurements against scripts adding break, p tags and other filtering.

    Give it a try and let me know.

    Again, thank you for pointing this out to us. Cheers.

    Jared Osborne

    (@jaredosborne)

    Wow, awesome, thanks for the rapid response!

    There is one small glitch left and this is that that bullet points are appearing next to each share icon, whether or not I’m in logged in.

    Plugin Author cunjo

    (@cunjo)

    Hi, sorry about that, I forgot to add list style none to newly create list for icons, its only set to remove from li tags, you can set that up by posting in your css file #Share-networks2 ul {list-style:none;}. I will change that soon.

    Jared Osborne

    (@jaredosborne)

    Problem is stil there, was the 1.5.2 update meant to resolve this? The code you suggested doesn’t seem to make a difference either.

    Plugin Author cunjo

    (@cunjo)

    can you send me a link so I can see what the issue is? Thank you

    Jared Osborne

    (@jaredosborne)

    Plugin Author cunjo

    (@cunjo)

    you are adding this style: .art-postcontent ul>li that is affecting the plugin list aswell, you are adding a background image and padding the list items to show the background image. This is an issue that you will have to fix with this piece of css code: #Share-networks2 ul li {background: none !important; padding: 0 !important; overflow: visible !important;}. This should fix your issue. Cheers

    Jared Osborne

    (@jaredosborne)

    wow, thanks for that, much appreciated. I’d better get myself over to give you a 5 star rating!
    Re the design, you can blame Artisteer for that, does a few whacky things with the code.

    Plugin Author cunjo

    (@cunjo)

    Glad i could help. Thank you for the rating. We have new awesome features coming soon, stay tuned! Best regards

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