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Gareth_Gillman says

Anyone able to help, been pulling my hair out for the last hour

Client wants their website to work in IE7 (solicitor so stuck in the dark ages) and I cannot get the drop down to work. I have tried everything I can think of.

Website is http://www.nj67hn8.randall-payne.co.uk/

Works fine in every other browser except IE7

The Stylesheet is http://www.nj67hn8.randall-payne.co.uk/wp-content/themes/rand-payne1/ie.css

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Gareth_Gillman says

You will need the extended license, which was made for multiple uses of a file, but also covers stuff as reselling the file (as part as another file).

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Gareth_Gillman says

the following code works for me:

// Admin panel options become usable
 global $data; 
 // Options Panel
 require_once ('admin/index.php');

they are the first lines in the functions.php (after the <? php )

Now for the enqueue I do the following:

function scripts() {
 global $data;
 $slider = $data['home_slider'];
 if ( !is_admin() && $slider=='FlexSlider') {
  wp_register_script('flex',  get_template_directory_uri() . '/js/sliders/flexslider.js', false);
  wp_enqueue_script('flex');
 }

I had to add the $data into each function or I got the same error as you do.

Hopefully that works for you :)

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Gareth_Gillman says
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Gareth_Gillman says

If that doesn’t work then I am stumped, it might be that you don’t have the right language pack installed on your pc? Never had to deal with Japanese websites so my knowledge is poor I am afraid

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Gareth_Gillman says

You need to set the meta charset e.g.

 <meta charset="shift-jis">
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Gareth_Gillman says

use a pre-built plugin such as contact form 7 which has the ajax requirements and is easy enough to customise to your needs.

Don’t reinvent the wheel ;)

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Gareth_Gillman says

Noticed some other comment spam e.g. here

Last comment, added their “seo link” into the comment… are comment pages noindexed (can’t see anything in the header to say it is).

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Gareth_Gillman says

contact the author hogash directly for support as they will be able to help

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Gareth_Gillman says

Blame the implementation not the technique.

+2 – I build responsive sites in my freelancing work and people do love being able to use a website which is more “device friendly” but a lot of sites have just put something basic together and not done a proper analysis on the needs for the “device formats” or implemented it with a strategy.

Designers spend a load of time on the UX on the desktop version but don’t seem to understand you just can’t mobilise a website, you need to do your UX on the smaller versions.

Responsive is a great feature for a website but it needs to be implemented in the right way for the users to get the most from the feature.

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