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[Plugin: Anchors Menu] Multiple HTML Tags

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  • One more thing. The widget settings keeps being reset to “Menu” and H2. I’m not sure why. I’m only using the Michael Fields Taxonomy Widget and the Grouped Links widget in addition. What do you think?

    Thanks!
    Alan

    Hi,

    I was having the same problem so I editied the files directly.

    If you click Editor under the Plugins Menu in the Admin area, then in the drop down select “Anchors Menu”, then select the file “anchors-menu/anchors-menu.php”.

    You should see the following line after the first block of text:

    $tags_to_parse = “<h4>”;

    I just changed that to <h4> and it works for me.

    Hi,

    I was having the same problem so I editied the files directly.

    If you click Editor under the Plugins Menu in the Admin area, then in the drop down select “Anchors Menu”, then select the file “anchors-menu/anchors-menu.php”.

    You should see the following line after the first block of text:

    $tags_to_parse = “<h4>”;

    I just changed that to <h4> and it works for me.

    Hi,

    I was having the same problem so I editied the files directly.

    If you click Editor under the Plugins Menu in the Admin area, then in the drop down select “Anchors Menu”, then select the file “anchors-menu/anchors-menu.php”.

    You should see the following line after the first block of text:

    $tags_to_parse = “<h4>”;

    I just changed that to <h4> and it works for me.

    @mtwelve – Great idea! Since I lasted posted here I actually did the exact same thing, and edited the plugin PHP file directly, hard-coding our choice of header to parse, I suppose. Working fine for me, too, now.

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