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Hi, I’m not aware of any plugins that do this. I think it would be pretty tricky to pull off. I suspect it would require putting an iframe into a metabox on the post edit screen and then figuring out how to load an autosave preview into the iframe. So, maybe not impossible, but it would certainly require a big effort.
I don’t have anyone specific in mind, but if there’s a local WordPress meetup group in your area, that might a good starting place to ask around.
Hi, have you found a solution to this yet?
If not, my suggestion would be that you discuss these requirements with a professional web developer who can help you build what you need. This seems like a very specific use case and I suspect that there isn’t any combination of existing plugins that would get you all the way there.Forum: Fixing WordPress
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That’s odd. The Profile dropdown with those links to edit and logout should only be visible when you hover over the “Howdy, name” with your mouse. It does seem like there must be some rogue styles being loaded somewhere that are causing this. Have you tried temporarily disabling any plugins that were recently installed or updated?
Hi, are you using an e-commerce plugin to display your products? If so, the support site or forum for that specific plugin would be the best place to look for help.
If you’ve already got a product image with thumbnails beneath it, it’s probably a matter of adjusting the CSS so that the thumbnails wrap into two rows.
Where does it say
WP_PLUGIN_DIRis for internal use only? I’m fairly sure that constant is the standard way to get the absolute path of the plugins directory, and then you just append the relative path of the particular plugin you want the data for.
Hi, can you provide more details? What steps are you taking and what are the errors that you’re seeing?
What is your goal for adding this new section? The block editor can already be styled by theme so that content will look nearly identical on both the front and back end (here’s one tutorial about that).
Did you ever find a solution to this? I am not aware of any plugins that create a new WP post from an existing Facebook post, and I kind of suspect that Facebook would not offer any APIs that would enable this functionality…
Have you found a solution to this yet? I can’t think of any plugin off the top of my head that would enable the functionality you’re describing. I imagine you’d need to write some custom HTML and some CSS to show/hide the descriptions. Here’s one tutorial that might help.
It looks like there’s a lot of custom functionality required here that it will be hard to assemble with existing plugins. I would recommend looking into hiring a professional web designer/developer who can help you build what you want.
Another possible approach would be to just focus on one feature at a time. It seems like online payments are probably the most important part for the type of business you’re describing, so just setting up a simple site that can take payments might be a good place to start.
I’m not sure there’s a good way to do what you’re describing with having weird side effects like those you’ve already experienced.
In your car example above, it seems to me that your parent “Tesla” post is being used more as a category than as an actual post. So one other option would be to scrap the hierarchical scheme and create a custom “Brand” taxonomy instead. That way your “Model 3” post wouldn’t have the extra segments in the URL, but you’d still be able to group multiple models under one brand.
Did you ever find a suitable plugin? I don’t know of any off the top of my head that do what you describe. I assume you’ve looked through the options in the Plugin Directory?
Hi, I just tried out the ouija board and it seems like it’s working now!
Is “Tabs” a specific addon for Chrome, or do you just mean normal browser tabs?
I tried to replicate this issue in Chrome 87. From the All Posts screen I clicked Add New twice, each time having the link open in a new tab. I then put different content in each editor and published each post. The second post did not overwrite the first one, there were two separate published posts.
Am I getting the steps correct? If not, could you provide a step-by-step for reproducing the issue?