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Hi i am interested

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any body know how to make the meta box form wordpress page not post i recently create a meta box in wordpress but its work only in the post not in the page

$key = “custom”; $meta_boxes = array(

“Title” => array( “name” => “Title”, “title” => ” Title”, “type” => “text”, “description” => “This is title uses in h3 heading in breadcrumb section”),

“Descrp” => array( “name” => “descript”, “title” => “description”, “type” => “textarea”, “description” => “This is title uses in h3 heading in breadcrumb section”)

);

function create_meta_box() { global $key;

if( function_exists( ‘add_meta_box’ ) ) { add_meta_box( ‘new-meta-boxes’, ucfirst( $key ) . ’ Breadcrumb’, ‘display_meta_box’, ‘page’, ‘normal’, ‘high’ ); } }

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thank you all of you i will improve my design

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Thanks four your reply any body else

fillerspace said
The menu links don’t appear to be centered vertically (same with the categories on the portfolio page), and the spacing between the sections in the footer aren’t even (between the vertical lines and the content). The pagination links on the blog page have an extra white line for the active page. Those are all small fixes, and you should be good. You might have better luck selling it as a WordPress theme. With a killer admin panel, loads of shortcodes, and a killer unique feature, you could sell a lot more than as an HTML theme.
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My theme is rejected , it need graphical Improvement Please help

http://www.reallybesthost.com/f_images/transforms/
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Please Help if you can in this

http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/slidesjs-plugin-play-button-/46006

So use the post thumbnails for images and custom fields for the external link. Done. EDIT : Yeah, you can do what I understand bigtreat is suggesting: create post metaboxes where you input the links (which will, of course, be saved into custom fields).
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So simply make the widgets to put the external links with images,

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hi i want to make a start and stop button in slides.js plugin i use the following code

$(‘a#stop’).click(function(){ clearInterval( $(”#slides”).data(‘interval’));

});
$('a#play').click(function(){
});

this plugin is come under the http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

i do this In Inline script and stop button is working and i confused to make play button

plugin site http://slidesjs.com/

Please help me

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Hi according to the license i can not edit the plugin so i tried the following codes but only stop button is working

$(‘a#stop’).click(function(){ clearInterval( $(”#slides”).data(‘interval’));

});
$('a#play').click(function(){
//what i do here
});

Hi, the problem is that the function stop() of the slider plugin is defined as private, which means you can call it only from this plugin. Off the top of my head there are two solutions: 1) Make the function public (Do the same for any function you want to be public)
this.stop() = function() {
            clearInterval(elem.data('interval'));
         }
Now you can call the function as you wish:
var slider1 = $('#slides').slides({
                someOptions
            });
$('a#stop').click(function(){
    slider1.stop();
});
2) Its more difficult solution but maybe its better. You can add two parameters to the options of the plugin (for example stopButton etc.) Now add this function to the plugin:
$(option.stopButton).click(function() {
    stop();
});
But I havent read the license of the slider. Maybe you are not allowed to change the source code of the slider. Its up to you to find it out. I hope it helps a bit.
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thanks a lot maniacpc can you please tell me

apache license allowed me to modify the file or not or is there any to do from externally

here is the license http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Please reply soon


Hi, the problem is that the function stop() of the slider plugin is defined as private, which means you can call it only from this plugin. Off the top of my head there are two solutions: 1) Make the function public (Do the same for any function you want to be public)
this.stop() = function() {
            clearInterval(elem.data('interval'));
         }
Now you can call the function as you wish:
var slider1 = $('#slides').slides({
                someOptions
            });
$('a#stop').click(function(){
    slider1.stop();
});
2) Its more difficult solution but maybe its better. You can add two parameters to the options of the plugin (for example stopButton etc.) Now add this function to the plugin:
$(option.stopButton).click(function() {
    stop();
});
But I havent read the license of the slider. Maybe you are not allowed to change the source code of the slider. Its up to you to find it out. I hope it helps a bit.
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