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April 7, 2012 at 12:10 am in reply to: Buy Now shortcode checkbox not validating terms — sending me directly to Paypal #43724
It appears to be working now. I still have to troubleshoot the add to cart issue.
Last Friday, I read https://support.tipsandtricks-hq.com/forums/topic/test-to-identy-a-conflicting-theme-or-plugin and did some troubleshooting.
The only and tedious thing left to do now is check other activated plugins for conflicts.
Could you tell me the script you’re using to notify you of the JQuery conflict? I’m using Firebug but there must be some other tool that displays conflicts. Is it http://validator.w3.org/
The problem is not with the theme — the problem persists with the default theme activated.
The problem is not with a known conflicting plugin
I will have to disable each of my plugins and see which one is causing the conflict. I will create a backup of the database before I start testing activated plugins so that I retain all settings. For now, I’m using the buy now fancy shortcode but I like the option of adding items to cart and then checking out.
OK. I always create _bak files before modifying files but I’ll keep your suggestion in mind.March 27, 2012 at 10:39 pm in reply to: Squeeze page – verify subscribers email b4 allowing free downloads #43425
Do you suggest that I remove the “Block Disposable Email plugin” because “These type of services can be inaccurate and you don’t want to disregard an email address based on the information from it” ?
OK. So it’s not possible to change the colors of the estore audio button.
I decided to use the estore buynow shortcode and the audio player plugin for the music page so in WP admin the shortcodes look like:
D Jackson – Be Free[audio:http://www.denisejacksonmusic.com/wp-content/879432/7mu90/Be Free.mp3|loop=yes|bg=0x0000ff|righticon=0xff0000][wp_eStore_buy_now_fancy id=1]
Although it isn’t your plugin, would you be willing to help me align the WP audio player plugin’s button so that it is on the same line as the title? The default layout has the title appearing one line above the audio player button and I’d like the button and title next to each other. The audio player plugin page is at http://wpaudioplayer.com/whatsnew/ and the support forums don’t have an answer for this issue.
I spent over 45 mins yesterday trying to place the title and the audio player button on the same line but to no avail. I found out that I have to put both elements inside a div in the post HTML so I read I read http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5303193/two-elements-on-one-line-using-div-tags and saw the code example at http://jsfiddle.net/URE5b/
Also, I read http://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-audio-player-cant-align-to-the-left?replies=4 and http://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-audio-player-player-position?replies=4 but my issue is a text formatting-related.
However, I have no idea how to add code to the page.php file or the .css file. Could you help me figure out the code I use on the page.php and the .css so that both the audio button and title appear on the same line?
I fixed it. I was unsure about the .css file to modify since I have the main estore plugin and the estore extra shortcodes plugin. I missed it yesterday when looking with Firebug but it’s in the estore main pluginMarch 27, 2012 at 8:27 pm in reply to: How to align "Add to Cart" button on Products page #43416
I’m familiar with Firebug and I did use it to see how I can align the addtocart button to the right of the estore_fancy7_main div class. In this way, it’ll control the title length without wrapping the text.
I read [http://www.devlounge.net/design/aligning-images-the-right-way-using-css] to find out what code I can use to align the button to the right side of the div
As such, all I had to do was use the “float: right;” property above.