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Small Problem With WP Grins Plugin

  • In IE 7 the following text appeared in my header after upgrading to the latest version of wp-grins

    ———-
    #wp_grins img { cursor: hand; }
    ————

    I believe this is the problem here but I don’t what to remove or change to fix this.
    ——–
    <style type=”text/css”>
    #wp_grins img {
    cursor: pointer;
    }
    </style>
    <!–[if IE]>
    <style=”text/css”>
    #wp_grins img {
    cursor: hand;
    }
    </style>
    <![endif]–>
    ‘);
    }
    ——-

    Can anyone tell me how to fix this problem please?

    Thanks 🙂

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  • Hey lady, how’s things?

    Change the cursor:hand; line to cursor:default; – see if that helps. IE as usual is being a bitch with PMS.

    Hi V- I am good how about you 🙂

    changing hand to default didn’t work.I did remove all the coding which fixed the problem and didn’t seem to look odd or in IE 7 or Firfox and the smilies worked.I didn’t know if I should stick with that or not.Also changing the “If IE” part to “If Nothing” also seemed to fix the problem but again I’m not sure if these fixes will cause problems elsewhere that I don’t know about or haven’t seen yet.

    🙂

    Huh…. well, I never use smilies so I don’t have any “real” knowledge on that. When I do something like this “on the fly” so to speak, I just keep copies of the original files until I make sure nothing borks….

    I’m good. Enough clients to keep me busy without being buried, which is the key to “retirement”, y’know?

    Ok my file now looks like this and all appears to work.
    —-
    #wp_grins img {
    cursor: pointer;
    }
    </style>
    ‘);
    }
    ——

    I should just leave it as is as long as it works for the moment?

    🙂

    Yeah, what I’d do…. if it gives you grief at some point you can always revert to the previous version.

    Thanks V- I will leave it as it 🙂

    I tried that… but I broke it.

    I now realize I have no idea what I am doing 😀

    Likely fix checked in to SVN.

    Can someone explain how to do this fix… more thoroughly?

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