Support » Plugin: Tinypass » Errors result when TinyPass is enabled on a page that contains HTML form code.

  • In Code View I’ve created a small HTML form, like so:

    <form><input type="text" name="stuff" /></form>

    This displays a text field under normal circumstances. But once I enable TinyPass for this post or page, the live page shows some very strange results, including wiping out any of my form field code, and then revealing to the site visitor a bit of TinyPass Javascript code. Note the invalid and broken HTML markup that results:

    <form><input type="text" <script="">
    	if(typeof tinypass_reloader != 'function') {
    		function tinypass_reloader(status){
    			if(status.state == 'granted'){ window.location.reload(); }
    		}
    	}
    
    <div id="tinypass_button_holder">
    	<!-- ...and then a bunch of normal TinyPass paywall code here... -->
    </div><p></p>
    </form>

    Any fix for this?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/tinypass/

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  • Plugin Author wordpress@tinypass.com

    (@wordpresstinypasscom)

    It is possible that TP is incorrectly truncating your post and therefore breaking up the HTML.

    Could you provide the post content and we can try and confirm if this is the problem. You can email us directly at support@tinypass.com

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