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webcreations907 says

Your default avatar is/was the one I made?

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webcreations907 says

I would REALLY like to know why MY avatar is listed as the starter of this thread?

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webcreations907 says
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webcreations907 says


Maybe there are plugins that users might install that need the p wrapping and stray p spitting that wpautop produces. What if you only apply that function of yours above to your shortcodes and leave the rest for the p tag party, then maybe TF would see it as acceptable?
I, and others have done that in the past and they still rejected it. So I just stopped adding overly complex shortcodes in my theme. Besides, there’s plenty of plugins readily available.
What if it was a user optional function in like theme options panel or somewhere?

if(user_wants_to_use_function){
do function...
}else{
feeling lucky?....
}

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webcreations907 says

Maybe there are plugins that users might install that need the p wrapping and stray p spitting that wpautop produces.

What if you only apply that function of yours above to your shortcodes and leave the rest for the p tag party, then maybe TF would see it as acceptable?

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webcreations907 says

No worries, they are just holding them great templates you all are putting up for the extra high traffic times. :)

I know when I’ve had soft rejected status, seems they wait for that reviewer who soft rejected to be able to re-review it/changes. Not sure if this is how it works though.

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webcreations907 says

No prob.

Another way maybe http://jsfiddle.net/y9a7w/8/?

Think that’s how to fiddle, never used it before.

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webcreations907 says

How about using a wrap around the image with z-index/transparent png/gif if IE.

Not sure if that is along the lines of what your trying to do, but I had wrong z-index’s on something I’m working on which made the below content not clickable.

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webcreations907 says

No I just checked to see if it was setting a cookie.

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webcreations907 says

Just now tested what I put above and it set 2 cookies. One for “style” and other for “fixed”

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