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  • Resolved darekk2

    (@darekk2)



    This is probably caused by the Constant Contact Form plugin, but I report this just in case.
    When the word “News” is typed in search links form in the admin area, a part the logo of the Constant Contact Form and strange vertical text:
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    are displayed in the table with search results, above them, in the title column. And because that this column gets very long.

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  • darekk2

    (@darekk2)

    and the word “Protection” displays such blue logo (a shield with “i” letter) and vertical text:
    S
    e
    c
    u
    r
    e

    Y
    o
    u
    r

    W
    o
    r
    d
    P
    r
    e
    s
    s

    S
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    darekk2

    (@darekk2)

    And the word “mapa” causes displaying another image and text. This time it is about Google maps.

    Plugin Author Yannick Lefebvre

    (@jackdewey)

    I have installed the Constant Contact Form plugin and I am not able to reproduce the problem you are reporting here. As for the mapa word causing a map to appear, it is likely related to some mapping plugin you have installed. I would contact the authors of these plugins, as I am have no control over their code.

    darekk2

    (@darekk2)

    Perhaps this depends on entire environment. This is rather not about any mapping plugin, because this can be caused by many other words, like “News”, “Protection” …

    Plugin Author Yannick Lefebvre

    (@jackdewey)

    Again, I entered these words here in the admin area under Link Library, and I am not getting any messages or anything special appearing. It is much more likely that these third-party plugins are not considering that they should not display anything when someone searches in the admin for a custom post type. One thing I can suggest would be to install another third-party plugin like Contact Form 7, then go to the Contact section and do the same searches in its admin search form to Search Contact Forms. You will likely see the same stuff happen.

    darekk2

    (@darekk2)

    This is not only about contact form, but also other WordPress components. Maybe it depends on configuration of WordPress, associated even with particular server and way of WordPress installation, customization by company hosting domain, installing own adds ?

    Plugin Author Yannick Lefebvre

    (@jackdewey)

    I understand. What I am suggesting is just to see if the problem with another plugins that uses custom post types. If it does, then you need to contact the author of the plugin that is causing a problem, and not me.

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