Support » Plugin: Print-O-Matic » More then one class

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  • Plugin Author Baden

    (@baden03)

    like so:

    .class01 .class02 .class03

    Hi, I tried to use multiple classes with the do_not_print shortcode and it only works when I use one class. For example, this works correctly (everything in the royalslider class does not print):

    <div class=”printer”>[print-me do_not_print=”.royalSlider”]</div>

    But, this does not (items with .royalslider and .pullhistory appear):

    <div class=”printer”>[print-me do_not_print=”.royalSlider .pullhistory”]</div>

    Plugin Author Baden

    (@baden03)

    sorry, try putting commas after each class like so:
    .class01, .class02, .class03

    [print-me do_not_print=".royalSlider, .pullhistory" /]

    Hello Baden, I can’t find my post anywere.
    So, my question about this again. In the newest WordPress installation I used your beautiful plug-in Print O Matic. But now it isn’t working anymore. Before a form in JPG extension it was possible to print only this form. But now I have problem with this. [print me] and than the JPG form will not print and is even not visible in the preview.
    What can be the problem. Many thanks

    Plugin Author Baden

    (@baden03)

    AldonHinc, Please do not hijack a resolved thread with an unrelated issue. Happy to help, but you need to start a new thread. And please Include a link to the page that is not working. Thank you.

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