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  • Hi .. I upgraded from 1.5.2 to 2.0.4.

    Now, when I write a post and save it as a draft, or edit an existing post .. the URL suddenly switches to this:
    (where xxxx is the post number) .. and then it’s like preview mode that you normally see on the bottom half of posts on the WP2+ versions. There is no top half anymore, and I can’t edit or post anything. It’s quite frustrating because, if I’m fast enough .. the only thing I can do is quickly hit the “X” bottom before the URL converts to this preview.

    Does anybody know how to eliminate this preview? Or, what could trigger it? I had about 45 plugins on my conversion that are installed and were upgraded for the current version.


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  • Remove the frame breaking Javascript from your theme, or have it exclude your own domain.

    I suggest just using this plugin if you want to stop people from viewing your site in a frame.

    Thanks Viper007Bond .. that was it .. In my header section, I had the framebusting script on my Pet blog, because too many people were just searching google and taking the images from there directly.

    <script language="JavaScript1.1" type="text/JavaScript">if (parent.frames.length
    > 0) top.location.replace(document.location);</script>

    I first removed the above script, and installed the wp-framebuster script. The script works – on the BLOG side. I can edit/save and do things normally and the “preview=true” way is gone and fixed.

    Before, if you google an image (for instance, try Labrador Retriever and search for a site on .. it showed my picture and people could download it.

    Secondly, I used both codes in my header (keeping the plugin coded added to my header and the above code). Now, the google image search works the way I intended – if people search for Labrador Retriever, the picture is in the top frame and my blog is in the bottom frame.

    And, now the framebuster plugin does NOT work – and I’m back to where I started – the “preview=true” comes back and limits me from doing any editing or pre-saving posts again.

    Can you think a way to get the best of both worlds and have my cake and ice cream too? Naturally, if I can’t – I guess I would have to remove the google image stopping code for less stress for me, but I’d have to obtain some royalty free images or from wikipedia images .. I promised the source of the ones currently being used that if I could prevent google from stealing it – I would try.

    Do you know how to tweak that javascript to exclude my own domain?

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