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  • Plugin Author Dennis Ploetner


    I see the flag for ENG and SLO. Do you have a cache plugin activated?


    thank you for a very fast reply!

    If you mean a plugin like WP Super Cache than I don’t have it (I have read a previous post about that).

    My installed and network activated plugins besides MLS are:
    All In One SEO Pack
    Flickr Badges Widget
    Post Types Order
    Simple Contact Info
    WassUp Real Time Analytics
    WP Google Fonts

    Thank you for your answer, Peter

    Also, when I log out, the flags SLO and ENG appear at slightly lower position as when I am logged in as wp-admin.

    Plugin Author Dennis Ploetner


    So you see the flags too? Could you describe please what exactly do you mean with not working?

    In Firefox or Sarafi I can see the flags and descriptions SLO and ENG, but they don’t hover and the links on the flags are dead.
    When I log in however, they work OK.

    I don’t see the flags on iPhone at all when logged out and the links of the flags are dead when logged in.

    I appreciate your help, thank you, Peter

    Plugin Author Dennis Ploetner


    I would move the div#language into the div#header. So just move the line

    <?php if ( function_exists( 'the_msls' ) ) the_msls(); ?>

    right after the line <div id="header">.

    Let me know,

    Thank you very much, I think it works! I overlooked you reply the other day, I am sorry…

    Can you now just let me know how I can move the flags to the original position in the CSS? The original code

    #language { position:absolute; top:34px; right:7px; }
    #language a { margin-left:5px; }

    targets language. I would like to keep the header on its original position and just move the flags.

    Thank you, Peter

    Plugin Author Dennis Ploetner


    There were a div with the id “language” around the flags. It seems this container doesn’t exist any more but your CSS needs this.

    I have moved the whole

    ‘<div id=”language”>
    <?php if ( function_exists( ‘the_msls’ ) ) the_msls(); ?>

    section right under the ‘<div id=”header”>’ and it works perfectly!

    Thank you for a very efficient help! I would be glad to give you the best rating. Peter

    Plugin Author Dennis Ploetner


    OK, thank you. 🙂

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