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[Resolved] [Plugin: amr shortcode any widget] Unnecessary debug snippet in Google Chrome

  • Great plugin! Works fine with all browsers but using Googkle Crome it leaves an unnecessary debug snippet, can this be removed?

    Thanks,

    Nick

    Snippet:

    Attributes entered:
    array(1) { [“id”]=> string(11) “tag_cloud-3” }
    Available sidebars and widgets
    Sidebar: wp_inactive_widgets:

    Sidebar: sidebar_1: Sidebar
    tag_cloud-2

    Sidebar: footer_1: Footer 1

    Sidebar: footer_2: Footer 2

    Sidebar: footer_3: Footer 3

    Sidebar: Shortcodes:
    tag_cloud-3

    Sidebar: array_version:

    array(1) { [0]=> string(11) “tag_cloud-3” }
    Looking for widget with name: or id=tag_cloud-3 Found instances:
    tag_cloud-3

    Widget ids in sidebar: “Shortcodes” with id: Shortcodes
    0 tag_cloud-3

    Will use widget ids
    tag_cloud-3

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/amr-shortcode-any-widget/

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  • Plugin Author anmari

    @anmari

    Hi nmvdvjr,
    sorry about the delay in replying -your post has just shown up in my feed reader – 5 days late. I think it’s a google reader problem…

    RE your post:

    There is no code that is browser dependent and the only time that the debug code is shown is if one clicks on the ‘try debug’ link which shows if a bad widget name was entered. It puts ?do_widget_debug=1 in the url – may be you still had that there?.

    I use google chrome myself most often.

    Hi Anmari you are absolutely right! Bit silly but for the life of me I could’t figure it out, thank you so much for your reply. Kind regards, Nick

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