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egobuilders says

I’m trying to finish creating my first WordPress Template for ThemeForest, and I need clarification on formatting page.php for plain text, since all of the content is generated with shortcodes.

In other words, to create content on a new page, one would utilize a shortcode called [section] which spans 100% left to right, and adds the necessary columns and spacing on the left and right, etc. Multiple [section] shortcodes are utilized to add content, thereby making the page taller…

But when someone adds a page with plain text and no shortcodes are used, the text just fills the entire width of the published page (far left to far right), since there is not a shortcode in place to “pad” it and format it.

Should I create a separate page template specifically for using shortcodes and then just format page.php to show the plain text all nice and orderly (with optional sidebar?)

Thanks!

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egobuilders says

I’m trying to finish up my first WordPress Theme on ThemeForest, and I need clarification on formatting page.php for plain text, since all of the content is generated with shortcodes.

In other words, to create content on a new page, one would utilize a shortcode called [section] which spans 100% left to right, and adds the necessary columns and spacing on the left and right, etc. Multiple [section] shortcodes are utilized to add content, thereby making the page taller…

But when someone adds a page with plain text and no shortcodes are used, the text just fills the entire width of the published page (far left to far right), since there is not a shortcode in place to “pad” it and format it.

Should I created a separate page template specifically for using shortcodes and then just format page.php to show the plain text all nice and orderly (with optional sidebar?)

Thanks!

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egobuilders says

Thanks, but I know how to build it… I just need a plugin quickly : )

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egobuilders says

Does anyone know where I can find a single WP plugin that allows multiple member registrations, like a form for Teachers to register and a separate form for students to register? Some plugins only allow one form, but I need two separate forms. Also, a student needs to be able to upload an image to the WP DATABASE, but NOT the Media Section. And registration confirmation with secure password generation would be nice. And that’s about all it needs to do : )

Thanks!

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egobuilders says

Great! I will start there… looks like that’s exactly what I’ve been trying to find. Thank you!

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egobuilders says

I have created custom admin settings for a WordPress theme I am trying to get approved and would now like to implement the value(s) into the WP theme via jQuery. I Googled it for several days without finding a solution.

I am not permitted to put this in footer.php… <?php echo '<script type="text/javascript"> $("#thing").css({"background-color":"' . get_option('blah_bgcolor') . '"}); </script>'; ?>

I am instructed by a reviewer to put this (and 50 other jQuery styles using get_option) into a function in functions.php but I need a little more help on how to do this since I can’t just create a function that “echos” out the jQuery, and I can only load external JS files wherein I cannot use get_option.

So, how can I use jQuery like this… (or standard CSS would suffice also) $("#menu").css({"background-color":"' . get_option('awp_header_bgcolor') . '"}); ...in functions.php in WordPress?
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egobuilders says

Seriously? No response? Anyone?

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egobuilders says

Brilliant Australia! Thanks! Everything I needed, and then some : )

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egobuilders says

Does anyone know where I can find a gallery lightbox that can do the following…

Click on a thumbnail (thumbs would be about 200 pixels wide) and then the large version of the photo will appear in the center of your monitor, with the typical “tinted” background around the photo where you could still see the page showing the original thumbnails.

...pretty simple, standard lightbox… HOWEVER… I would then need smaller thumbnails (about 100 pixels wide, same thumbs from the original set) to appear side by side, below the large photo. I can make it, I just don’t have time.

Holla. Thanks!

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egobuilders says

@infuse01 – “You think you’re the best?” ...man, you are totally twisting what I said. This is completely pointless. I’m simply saying that I have the capacity to build templates on here, so twist it any way you want. One single theme is not an indicator of someone’s complete skill set, LMAO. I’m done with this thread.

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