Support » Plugin: Collapse-O-Matic » [Plugin: jQuery Collapse-O-Matic] Not working in IE9 or Firefox 14.0.1

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  • I have the same issue. It was working and now has suddenly stopped. Page url: http://www.schizophreniacongress.org/2013-congress-faqs.

    Thank you, Klaus

    Plugin Author Baden

    (@baden03)

    @kcaldwell: It seems your domain name is no longer valid.
    @virtbizguy: Can you verify that this is still an issue? It seems that collapse-o-matic is working when we tested it with Firefox 14.0.1

    same problem on both IE 9 and Firefox 14.0.1. Works on Chrome

    It’s not working in IE9 for my website

    Same problem with mine. No longer working.

    Same here, I made a new post.

    Plugin Author Baden

    (@baden03)

    Update to version 1.4.6 and report back, please.

    Just updated to 1.4.6 and no change. I then uninstalled and re-installed, but still no luck. Problem still exists. Thank you, Klaus

    Plugin Author Baden

    (@baden03)

    Klaus: Today we find out just what in the wide world of sports is a’goin’ on with the plugin and FireFox. Lets focus just on FireFox first.

    1. Please verify that the collapses are working for you in the documentation with the other browsers.
    2. (make sure you have JavaScript Enabled)

    3. If the collapses ARE working, it’s an issue with your page, and we will help you trouble shoot it
    4. if the collapses ARE NOT working in the documentation, please completely de-install FireFox, install fresh and try again.
    5. if the collapses are STILL NOT working, do you have access to another computer that you can test with?

    Post back with your results, and we will go from there.

    Thank you, and we apologize for things just not working as they should.
    -Twinpictures

    Hi Baden,

    The collapsing feature now works but will not properly display the <p></p>.

    I changed the items to an unordered list and that fixed it. It functions the same in all browsers, meaning it is not creating a line break after the </p> closing tag. You will want to take a look at that and correct the problem.

    This is a great plugin, and there is no other like it

    Plugin Author Baden

    (@baden03)

    Hello Klaus,

    The issue with the p tags is being caused by the way WordPress is still dealing with the wpautop filter and shortcodes. Using LI’s of course is a good solution!
    Another solution is to add the following line to your functions.php file:
    add_filter( 'the_content', 'wpautop', 20 );

    Glad you like the plugin and happy you got things working for you!

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