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  • Hi Mike,

    I may have an easy issue for you.

    Under swim team options, the registration tab, it contains the Registration Terms of Use URL. Well this has information in there since a version ago. New Version upgrade 1.40 no issue.

    Except when I change the TOU to a NEW html page to be viewed. It will not store it in the options table. I check both option tables (Swimteam and WP) and no defined variable meta “WPST_OPTION_REG_TOU_URL” listed. Like it is total gone or not saved. But yet it shows on the registration tab. Is stored somewhere else? I doubt it since you are using get_option to retrieve it.

    Need a point in the right direction to start to stored this URL properly and visible see it in the Database. I want to use another HTML page and try something.

    Also, I may look to place some context help on the screens. But I read that you solved it a while ago and now Jquery is being used to show the tabs with help. I was hope to show only ONE tab of help per tab it needs to reference. If not, multiple help (per tab) based on admin page it is on.

    Do you have something or point me in the right direction.

    Thanks,
    Guy

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-swimteam/

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  • Hi Mike,

    I found it under the WP options. I did not have the right definition. I went to swimteam.include and saw the value. This made it easier to find.

    But I will leave this open to see what your answer is for the help context if there is anything new.

    Plugin Author Mike Walsh

    (@mpwalsh8)

    Sorry for the delayed response, I’ve been on the road for work for a few days.

    The TOU URL is nothing more than a URL and it is checked to be a valid URL during the form submission process. The setting is on the Registration tab of the Swim Team -> Options menu.

    Plugin Author Mike Walsh

    (@mpwalsh8)

    I just read through this again and I think I misunderstood what you were asking. Are you trying to add the target=”_new” to the URL? If so, there isn’t any way to do that right now.

    Hi Mike,

    No, I found the option under the WP option and changed it to point to a new HTML page. Now the page opens as normal. In the page I pass parameters and this works too. After the parameters are read and saved, I close the window for the user. No problem here. Still in testing mode under XAMPP.

    The second question was on the contextualize help. seems you started to implement but it gets to confusing for users. I wanted to use more help features for registration area for the upcoming season. Is there way to add this into your plugin without going to theme functions. Since they starting using Jquery, the entire admin section has come to a crawl. I wish the think about performance when placing all this jquery nice to have into the framework.

    Plugin Author Mike Walsh

    (@mpwalsh8)

    WordPress changed how Contextual Help worked after I implemented it and I’ve never gone back and fixed it all. It is on the to-do list, just need to spend some cycles on it. I’ll try and do it soon.

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