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Using the_content_limit and addthis parsing bug

  • eddihughes
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    @eddihughes

    Hi,

    I am using AddThis WordPress Plugin on http://www.phoenixpowersearch.com and I am experiencing a bug using the_content_limit() – I decided to create a thread for debugging anyone that may run into this problem.

    <?php the_content_limit(500, "[Read more]"); ?>

    When I use the_content_limit() to pull posts to the front page, the addthis code shows up in the post. Straight off the bat, does anyone know a work around for this problem?

    Q. If the buyer and seller execute a contract with the short sale addendum. Can the seller back out because they don’t agree with the terms on the lenders side. For example if the lender is making the seller pay the difference over a 10 year period and the seller doesn’t agree can they seller cancel the contract? I have the answer but would like open discussion…Please respond, make comments, don’t worry about being wrong just open for discussion. var addthis_pub = ‘eddihughes’; var..

    [IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v685/Realchaos1/addthisbug.jpg[/IMG]

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/addthis/

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