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  • I have a couple of people having trouble with my Tweetable plugin. They’re trying to use it in an Arabic WordPress installation with Right-to-Left support, which the plugin seems to disable for some reason.

    Does anyone know what might be happening, or at least a place where I can read-up on how the RTL support in WordPress works?

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  • The only differences between an Arabic blog and an English blog are the CSS attributes direction: rtl and text-align: right. This is usually applied in the theme’s style and is a standard CSS feature rather than a WordPress feature.

    That’s what I thought. What could cause the layout to change though? I’m pretty sure the plugin CSS doesn’t set either value explicitly, yet the admin’s sidebar moves from the right to the left, as do a few other things.

    Could a float cause this to happen? Or a block-level element that, in the original LTR layout, has it’s contents aligned to the right via text-align?

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