This plugin has been updated to work with WP 3.5
SS-Login isn’t working you can try it! http://www.tf2mid.cz .. Please repair it!
All superslider plugins use Mootools js framework.
Bajirek – please take you issues to the proper forum, you want this one. Your site is full of Jquery, and from visiting your site, you do not have ss-login activated. Can’t trouble shoot this for you.
Also, you would need to be more specific as to What doesn’t work.
Please be more specific!
Karla Mulder – has the update repaired your issues?
No, I am afraid it is not working: see: http://pcvaardig.nl/testsuperslider/
The slider is not moving: not opening nor closing.
I used it also on some other sites: it does not work there either.
I saw you made lots of changes, I did not change anything in the options, all should work this way, I presume?
the updates came with some new modules, these have new css files.
check that the content of your folder wp-content/plugin-data/superslider/ssBase/default
has the same files as plugins/superslider/plugin-data/superslider/ssBase/default
presently you are getting a 404 for mBox files.
Also, in your settings, turn off tooltips. And ensure that options-superslider-modules-accordion “Set the accordion to single open mode.” is turned off. or in your shortcode set acc_mode=”off”
There are two types of accordion, single and multiopen.
You also have some superslider css hard coded into your header for some reason, you should find and remove this : tootip classes from your theme header.
I followed your instruction, also on another site. Strange..it is not working. On your site, it does: http://superslider.daivmowbray.com/2009/slideshow-with-accordion-demo/
Is this also working on WordPress 3.5?
Thanks for solving the problem.
Yes all of the superslider plugins are now set to work with WP 3.5, I’m not too sure about backward compatibility.
And, no I don’t think you did follow the instructions, your test now has two separate Accordions, and they are both set to Fx.Accordion not MultiAccordion, so check your shortcode .
It seams that the first accordion is setting the acc_mod to on.
A little bit wiser now:
– In one site it works after I changed: [accordion ] into: [accordion acc_mode=”on” ]
Do you have a list of shortcodes?
All available shortcode modifiers are visible in the accordion metabox (post/page edit screen), just enter or select each item in the box and enter submit the shortcode to the editor, your new shortcode will have all the modifiers, you can edit or remove modifiers at that point.
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