I think it was a test a while back, it was happening in all browsers.
I’ve requested a staff reply, maybe someone from the dev team can be so kind as to explain what the issue could be.
I know you guys were experimenting with on-click drop-downs at some point (for example, the “Forums” or the user account top right menu), I’ve seen that in the past on all my computers.
Problem is, this persists in just one of my browsers – Firefox/Win from which I’m writing this post. I’ve tried everything, deleted all caches and cookies, even checked for localStorage items… I also just updated Firefox, but to no avail.
Can someone from the dev team please tell me what is causing this? I seem to find nothing on the client side, maybe this particular browser has been marked somehow on your end?
I also wonder if I’m the only one experiencing this, it’s pretty annoying Thanks!
They suck, old ones were just right…
Have you tried re-installing WP? Just go to Updates and upgrade WordPress, it will re-install it.Also, try checking your .htaccess file:
I like worms, they don’t belong in a can
And I think/hope Scott was not referring to links on the product page, that are leading to the author’s support forum, YouTube video demos or any credits for the resources used.
Best wait for that article.
IMO it’s best to make it so that when a customer signs up to your forum, they can also tick a box that would sign them up to your newsletter. Otherwise I wouldn’t do it.
+1, use an email opt-in when customers register on your forum.
Never send promotional emails to customers (or anyone) who didn’t specifically agree to receive it.
In WordPress, that’s something a plugin needs to do, not a theme. Themes
are should be for visuals, plugins are for functionality.
Try searching for ‘user management’ in CodeCanyon or wordpress.org
By the way, WordPress already has different user levels (from subscriber to admin), I suppose you just need a plugin that manipulates your content based on rules you need.