I am using Uniform JS to style form elements on my site, and something with how the Link Library functions with pagination breaks the Uniform JS styling. With each of the links in my site, I have included a select element. When I view a library of links, and have pagination turned on, the first page of links displays the Uniform JS styling fine on those select elements. But when I click to go the second page, the Uniform JS styling is broken and the select element revert to their default style.
Thanks for the response, Yannick! I am using the AJAX mode currently. After I saw your response, I switched to the GET page mode, which solved the Uniform JS styling issue. Overall, I like the user experience of the AJAX mode better, but want to keep the Uniform JS styling. Do you have an idea how to have the best of both worlds (keeping the AJAX mode but having the styling stay consistent)?
Sorry. Life and travelling for work got in the way of my plugin development work for the past few weeks. I just spent some time looking at the issue and I am not seeing any problems with the divs in the AJAX output on my test server.
Can you give me a link to your site, indicating where the problem occurs?
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