Support » Plugin: Raw HTML » 'raw' setting reveals built-in audio player?

  • Resolved okieman

    (@okieman)


    I have a page with numerous instances of the default audio player, styled via css. I got this plugin to lock down that code, but when I put the raw tags around that main section of the page content, I could suddenly see the WordPress raw audio player tag. The site is at tulsaunity-dot-com and the Sunday Lessons link on the home page. (Otherwise no glitches with the plugin.)

    First code block is a typical chunk, and below that is what suddenly became visible to the public when all this was inside raw.

    <h4 class="datnm">June 7 -A Poet’s Soul</h4>
    <div class="bdbyx">Meditation / <a class="blckm" title="Right click -Save as" href="http://www.tulsaunity.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/150607_meditation.mp3">download <span class="dwnpt">↓</span></a> or Play:</div>
    <div class="ado">[audio mp3="http://www.tulsaunity.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/150607_meditation.mp3"][/audio]</div>
    <div class="bdbyx">A Poet’s Soul / <a class="blckm" title="Right click -Save as" href="http://www.tulsaunity.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/150607_A-Poets-Soul.mp3">download <span class="dwnpt">↓</span></a> or Play:</div>
    <div class="ado">[audio mp3="http://www.tulsaunity.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/150607_A-Poets-Soul.mp3"][/audio]</div>

    Then …

    [audio mp3="http://www.tulsaunity.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/150607_A-Poets-Soul.mp3"][/audio]

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/raw-html/

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  • Plugin Author Janis Elsts

    (@whiteshadow)

    That’s a known technical limitation of this plugin. Since it prevents WordPress from changing code that’s between [raw] tags, it also prevents WP from replacing shortcodes like [audio] with actual HTML code. As a result, every shortcode will be displayed as-is.

    Unfortunately, right now the only workaround is not putting [raw] tags around shortcodes. You can still use them in other parts of the page, thouhg.

    Is it possible for me to implement the WP audio player without the shortcodes? Sounds like heresy, I know.

    Plugin Author Janis Elsts

    (@whiteshadow)

    I guess you could look at the page source code, copy the audio player HTML that was generated by the shortcode, and then replace the shortcode with that HTML. It seems like that could work.

    ACK! Well, sorta. But here’s the CSS weirdness WordPress generates when shortcode becomes real page source. There’s a “display: none;” in there that doesn’t hurt first time around, but does what you would expect when all the source is pasted back into the Admin Dashboard. Search-and-replace fixed that.

    But now, either a class or an id that’s being added is overwriting the pretty style I created. Time to Firebug this thing.

    problem page

    If you followed the link in previous post, those dark gray players are supposed to be brown. I’ve revised the CSS three times and not sure why. Here’s an image link showing what Chrome Inspector says. Not sure why no brown?

    <img src=”http://i.imgur.com/MSXeDQ8.png” title=”source: imgur.com” />

    Plugin Author Janis Elsts

    (@whiteshadow)

    To me they look gray in Firefox and dark-brown in Chrome.

    I suspect that ::selection and ::-moz-selection pseudo-element styles are interfering with things. Take a look at line 174 in style.css.

    OK I somehow didn’t find that in the style sheet first time around. I’ll experiment. Thank you for your help.

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