I’m wondering what’s the best approach to for example style a jquery UI datepicker inside an admin screen.
WordPress includes the needed JS files, but not the styles. Now when i just insert a jQuery UI theme some things get messed up because WordPress does seems to load ( very little ) jQuery UI styling.
What would be a good method for loading a jQuery UI style without interfering each other?
That should work – email templates work perfectly fine in browsers.
April Fool’ !!!!
I’m trying to trigger a function after a succesfull share with linkedIn.
There isn’t many documentation and when searching you only find the same pages with people who don’t get it to work.
According to the very little documentation this should to the trick:
I’ve included the needed js file, sharing etc. works perfect – but the callback simply does not work. onsuccess, onSuccess whatever – it does not work and the developers feedback from linkedin is very poor.
Anyone ever had such thing working?
I though i was going crazy but i found it
Problem was that i added a pages dropdown inside a custom metabox within pages. Somehow the $post parameter got overwritten by my custom loop causing this problem.
I’m having a really strange problem with a WordPress site i’m working on.
For some reason, when i create new pages with completely different titles etc, it keeps giving it the exact same slug of some other page – and adding “-2” etc. behind it.
For example if i name the page “Themeforest”, wait a second or just save the page, the slug is “Anotherslug” – and everytime it just users “Anotherslug” and “Anotherslug-2” etc.
You should try the plugins An-themes suggested
Why not let people only upload and setup images which need to be in the slider?
Or isn’t it a separate module/post type or something?
Maybe you should use val() to send it with the data?
data: $('input[type=\'text\'], input[type=\'hidden\'], input[type=radio]:checked.val()
Just a thought – not tested