I throw a cat down the stairs and name my themes after the sounds the cat makes.
Same technique i use
Question: Would you name the theme before or after the design?
Its not working in Safari 4.0.4 Mac to, but the temp fix works
I changed your code to
<div style="position: absolute; z-index: 9999; "> <span class="price_cat">$20.00</span> </div>
And it looks good in IE7 now.
I’m trying to do a few bug fixes for one of my themes but i have been playing around for hours and still no progress.
Take a look at my screenshot in IE7 :
Something to do with the z-index but i can’t manage to solve it, so frustrating.
+1The main problem with your own forum is the manual user verification.
perhaps you could extend the API , so we can check wheither the user is logged in and purchased one of our items.E.g. those fb widgets you see everywhere of fan pages, they check wheither you’re already a fan or not
Yer.. IE 6 doesn’t suck, Microsoft does! oh no he didn’t! lol
Will be interesting to see some plugin releases. How will you determine a premium plugin? Theres alot of plugins out there, i take it something unique would get listed on TF… Wish i knew how to develop plugins. any good resources?
Ok, i think i understand on what your trying to do. You want to receive custom post meta data commonly known as custom fields into your post.
I had ago at the code and it might be your solution.
global $user_ID; $thumb = get_post_meta($post->ID, 'Thumbnail', $single = true); $new_post = array( 'post_title' => 'Post Title', 'post_content' => 'Post Content...', 'post_author' => $user_ID, 'extraOption' => $thumb, ); $post_id = wp_insert_post($new_post);
You can set the “get_post_meta” function as an array and in simple terms, sets your “extraOption” value as the array.
The above code looks for the custom field “Thumbnail”. If you want to show the value of the custom field use this:
<?php $thumb = get_post_meta($post?>ID, 'Thumbnail', $single = true); ?>
Let me know how it goes. Matt