I cannot thank you enough
Did anybody who tried this fix experienced this bug – when switching between the Visual and Text editor a couple of times in TinyMCE, both toolbars become visible and I can’t access the Text editor, as if the tab button is dead. When I disable the Zilla plugin it goes back to normal…
Any ideas what might be causing this?
I tried the Zilla Shortcodes plugin fix on a fresh install and with Twentyfourteen theme…
Other than this, everything works as it should…
hehehe doru, you naughty parrot, you
Yeah, got it now, works like a charm. Many thanks Webbu, you’re a life saver!
I see now that you listed the only two shortcodes in the dropdown, but still not sure why the warning…
Hey Webbu thanks for the tut, much appreciated
I went through all the steps with a fresh download of Zilla Shortcodes, and while the button does appear, I only get two shortcodes listed in the dropdown menu – Alerts and Buttons, and when clicking on Buttons shortcode I get this warning:
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in zilla-shortcodes-1.2\tinymce\shortcodes.class.php on line 65
Any ideas on what’s going on?
I swear they couldn’t pick a worse moment for updating the WP, all of the plugins and frameworks I started using, broke down due to TinyMCE 4.0
congratulations, feels good doesn’t it
I really thought I was losing my mind
Yes, the plugin is from the wordpress.org. I was testing the scenario where I would ship my theme with the embedded code and the user updates or installs the plugin on his own.
But still, I don’t know why I couldn’t make the plugin (without the embed code) display my custom option panel. I could only get the demo panel to appear when activated.
to the functions.php all I have to do make my option panel appear in the dashboard. Is that also related to the plugin version?
The repo code works beautifully, and I really enjoy playing around with all the options.
Thanks for the answering me in such short notice.
Hi Simple Rain, thanks for dropping in
As a matter of fact I’m not loading Redux from within a plugin, but from within a theme.
The thing is that when I embed the framework following these instructions on your wiki it works all good and well.
But when I install and activate the plugin (with the embed code still in my functions.php) I get the aforementioned Fatal Error.
On the other hand, when I just install the plugin and don’t use the embed code, but these instructions here I can’t get my custom panel to appear. The demo works fine.
I know there’s something I’m overlooking, but for the life of me I can’t figure out what XD
I can get the option panel to appear with the above code bucur posted, but as soon as I activate the plugin I get this error:
Fatal error: Call to undefined method Redux_Helpers::isTheme() in sample-config.php on line 24
Haven’t changed anything in the sample-config file but the opt_name value to something else…
Anyone have any idea what I’m doing wrong?