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  • Plugin Author Todd Lahman

    (@toddlahman)

    I was able to leave a test message on the comment form. The uppercase L and I looked exactly the same with the font used by that theme. It is odd that the password disappears when it is clicked to copy it, which I suspect is caused by the theme as well.

    Please post all of the code from your original comments.php file to http://pastebin.com/, and I will then reply with a link to pastebin with the new code for your comments.php file if any changes are required.

    Here’s the link to the original comments.php¬†

    http://pastebin.com/5ZummtWj

    I do not think I made any modifications to it. It was working before the upgrade. There were a few comments posted, so I know it was working.

    The only additional plugin I’ve added since then is cbnet Multi Author Comment Notification which I added so the client could be notified of the comments pending approval. When trying to test this is when I realized the copy password function was messed up.

    Thanks for your help.

    Shane

    Plugin Author Todd Lahman

    (@toddlahman)

    It appears there is some Javascript running on the page conflicting with a common Javascript command in the plugin. Find the Spam Free WordPress file named tl-spam-free-wordpress.php, open it, and remove the following code from line 204:

    onclick='this.select()'

    That will fix the problem.

    I removed the code. Still getting the same issue when trying to copy the password on IE, Chrome, and Firefox. I was able to type the password and get a successful submit on IE, however on Chrome and FF, it gave me the go back and enter the password.

    Plugin Author Todd Lahman

    (@toddlahman)

    Empty W3 Total Cache.

    This is easy to test. Turn off Javascript in your web browser, and the form works perfectly. Removing that code I mentioned above will fix this issue. Without that code the form is just an html form, and html works in all web browsers.

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