Semi-Private Comments
Container Takes Over Page on WP 3.4.1 (3 posts)

  1. MomDad
    Posted 3 years ago #

    On the off-chance that you still check this, I figured I'd let you know that under WP 3.4.1 your plugin's container takes over the whole page when editing a post in admin, blocking the view of everything else on the page, aside from the left nav bar.

    You haven't updated it since 2008, so I'm assuming you no longer have interest in maintaining it. I'll likely dig into it and fix it myself, but thought it was worth reporting here for others who still use your plugin.

  2. WesMantooth
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi and thanks MomDad,

    I just stumbled on this plugin, and apparently I am a bit late. Does it still work? What would I have to do to make it work?

    Or, if you wouldn't mind, is there a current plugin on WordPress with the same functionality?

    Thanks again,

  3. bdbhaiti
    Posted 3 years ago #

    This problem is not hard to fix. I continue to use this plugin on WP 3.4.1, however, you must make the following change in order for it to work without destroying the formatting of "Add New Post":

    Edit the plugin file "semiprivate_comments.php" or from the Plugins Editor (Plugins->Editor, then "Select Plugin to Edit": Semi-private comments).

    Change the line in "function plugin_spc_sidebar()" from:
    <div id="semi_private_post_dbx" class="dbx-box postbox">
    <div id="semi_private_post_dbx">

    That fixes the problem.

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