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Where can I download 2.8 nightly?
» Posted By bob On 8th April 2009 @ 02:58
A lifesaver! My problem was a little more serious than most in that I’m using an ECOMMERCE plugin for my client’s site that kept on attaching itself to a revision of the main products page. This fixed it. Thanks for a very helpful post.
» Posted By Bob On 7th December 2008 @ 02:06
I just found a solution to make jQuery Ajax Comments work with WordPress 2.5. Thanks for the recommendation. (My previous comment can be deleted)
» Posted By Bob On 17th April 2008 @ 07:12
@ GaMerZ. Thanks again for your reply. I searched a while for a Ajax-commenting plug-in like you have. I tried ajax-comment-posting of regua, but it didn’t work in Firefox using WordPress 2.5. I just tried jQuery AJAX Comments. It works in Firefox, but behaves kind of strange in IE.
I don’t want to be insolent, but would you mind sending me your modified jQuery AJAX Comments-plugin? Of course I will give you a special thanks on my blog. I would really appreciate it!
» Posted By Bob On 17th April 2008 @ 07:07
GaMerZ. Thanks for your reply. I tested it without WP Cache. You do see the ‘Vote poll’-link in the result-interface when you haven’t voted yet, but you do not see the ‘Vote poll’-link when you did have voted…
Is it possible to build in the ‘Vote poll’-link in the result-interface that shows up when someone already voted?
(P.S. Very curious to know how you made the way the comments appear on your blog.. Is it a plug-in or is it your own work?)
Thanks for the great plug-in.
» Posted By Bob On 16th April 2008 @ 20:44
Wow. How did you create the way the comments appear on your blog? It’s really cool.
» Posted By Bob On 16th April 2008 @ 04:53
GaMerZ. I haven’t found a solution for the WP-Cache problem yet.
I have a question. Is it possible to change the interface of the results-screen that shows up when someone has already voted?
When someone votes, the result-interface shows up (without the possibility to return to the poll itself). If this result-interface is cached by WP Cache, others don’t get the chance to vote. Is it possible to create a link such as ‘Vote for this poll’ bewlow this final result-interface?
I would really like to know how to do that!
Thanks in advance.
» Posted By Bob On 16th April 2008 @ 04:50
GaMerZ. Thanks for your reply. I’ll try the WordPress-forum!
» Posted By Bob On 12th April 2008 @ 23:26
I installed the plugin WP-Polls 2.30 into my WordPress 2.5-blog. The poll is working fine, untill I enable WP-Cache 2.1.2.
While WP Cache enabled, the poll keeps showing up (and not the results). How can I make WP-Polls work correctly with WP-Cache enabled?
I would really appreciate your help, because I can’t figure out how to make this works.
» Posted By Bob On 12th April 2008 @ 21:43
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Happy birthday! And thanks for some awesome plugins 🙂
» Posted By Bob On 1st April 2007 @ 03:53