The only thing that I am having trouble with is getting that pollend.gif to show up... I haven't changed anything in the plugin. the bar that comes up shows up open ended. I have only just started using this plugin and only have one poll up, you can see what I mean on my homepage...
Thank you GamerZ,
Hi Kahil, I received your feedback, I have replied you on email. Lets solve this together through email.
I haven't recieved an email yet....checked my junk folders just in case...nothing there...
Weird, I send u again.
Kahil: It seems that your email server has rejected my mail (The user does not accept email in non-Western (non-Latin) character sets.)
My Email To You Is Below (Reply me back at gamerz84 AT hotmail DOT com
Do u mind give me your wp-admin access? So that I can check it out. I viewed your source and notice some weird characters in the html code of wp-polls.
Kahil: DO u have any other email? My hotmail cant seems to get thru ur mail server?
I love how Roles and Capabilities is letting me limit the potential havoc an Author could otherwise create.
But I really need my Author to be able to access the WP-Polls plugin I'm using.
Looking at the item-by-item list of Capabilities, I see Plug-in Activation, but not really Plug-in *using,*
which makes sense, since each plugin is unique.
But.. any advice on a hack to let my Author use the WP-Poll plugin I'm using?
in wp-polls there is a capablities called manage_polls.
I'm having trouble getting the poll to display on the sidebar
of my classic theme blog.
I inserted this code:
<?php if (function_exists('vote_poll')): ?>
<?php endif; ?>
And nothing shows up. (I have a Poll ID of 2)
If you want to see the blog its
Any insight would be much appreciated!
Neat plugin. I have a question similar to Mattie-Linux's question, and the answer you provided her does not give me anything I can do, I don't think.
Can I give Authors, Editors, or other Users besides Administrators, the capability to "manage polls"? That would be awesome!
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