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  • Plugin Author DaganLev

    (@daganlev)

    sadly that editor lacks the important other features your theme has to offer.

    What other features???

    Hi DaganLev. Sorry if my post was confusing. I wanted a all in one theme editor, which has the features of both plugins: advanced wordpress theme editor, and solid code theme editor. Solid code theme editor has what I wanted, displaying the files tree (which the Advanced plugin did not have), on the other hand, the Advanced plugin had features that the Solid plugin do not have, like displaying the code in a formatted way (colors), and other features, see the plugin’s page please.

    Plugin Author DaganLev

    (@daganlev)

    cheers iceq,
    I’ll look into formatted colours and the other features (someone mentioned to me numbering of lines) and see what I can come up with.

    Thank you very much for considering it and responding so nicely.
    Your plugin is still very useful, I did not encounter any other plugin (yet) that displays the theme files that are in sub dirs.
    So good job bro 🙂

    BTW, I was born in Israel too, except that I consider myself Palestinian rather than Israeli. Hope you’re enjoying life out there 🙂

    Plugin Author DaganLev

    (@daganlev)

    Hey iceq, I am enjoying life, thanks for the response, I always welcome suggestions…

    Hi again Dagan.
    I noticed something that disturbed me. I wanted to edit something in my template, and forget that I have installed your plugin and went directly to the native editor. There, in the php templages I was shocked when I did not see the ordinary codes but a weird code, so single.php for instance contains:

    vti_encoding:SR|utf8-nl
    vti_timelastmodified:TR|10 Jun 2009 18:19:26 -0000
    vti_extenderversion:SR|12.0.0.4518
    vti_author:SR|HP\\1
    vti_modifiedby:SR|HP\\1
    vti_timecreated:TR|10 Jun 2009 18:19:26 -0000
    vti_cacheddtm:TX|10 Jun 2009 18:19:26 -0000
    vti_filesize:IR|459
    vti_cachedneedsrewrite:BR|false
    vti_cachedhasbots:BR|false
    vti_cachedhastheme:BR|false
    vti_cachedhasborder:BR|false
    vti_charset:SR|utf-8
    vti_backlinkinfo:VX|

    I believe it is because of your plugin, since it began only after I installed it.. so is this normal , and is it necessary ?

    Plugin Author DaganLev

    (@daganlev)

    Hey iceq,
    There should be no issue with the regular theme editor as my plugin does not override any of its functionality and is restricted to its own area.

    I also checked this on my own theme and no “weird” code is showing – I am guessing this is something in your own theme.

    try disabling the plugin and see if this still persists – it is probably not the plugin.

    Cheers
    Dagan

    Hi Dagan. Thanx for responding. I have de-activated your plugin, and the issue is still present. Which is strange because it did not appear before installing your plugin, and second, because when your plugin is active and I use your editor, the template files are rendered fine, as the normal code appears, while in the native editor they dont !!
    What could this very strange code be ? I can’t recognize anything in it, can you perhaps look above please maybe the thing that is causing this is hinted about above?
    Thanx again

    Plugin Author DaganLev

    (@daganlev)

    Hi iceq,
    After “Googeling” the vti_timecreated function it seems to be related to the file meta tags in windows servers.

    I assume that you are using a windows environment for your WordPress site – this could have been the case;
    So when you saved/updated the file with the plugin it generated this issue with the file meta tag.

    I have tested this plugin in a windows environment and it did not cause this issue on my system – I will however check this again when I get the chance.

    I guess if you wanted this issue fixed – I would suggest to FTP the files to your computer and try to open them and re-save them in your machine (maybe this will fix the meta file tag???)
    Then re-upload them to your site.

    Cheers
    Dagan

    Thanx Dagan. I downloaded the files, saved them, and uploaded to the server, then I got internal server 500 error.. luckily I backued up the theme’s folder in the server before I did that, and I just restored it. I will contact Hostmonster’s support to check this out.

    Thank you again, I appreciate your help

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