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I have installed the Seaweed (Wordpress Plugin).

I have successfully installed it and I can able to edit the content. But the save function is not functioning popularly. when I clicked on the "save button", the processing bar displays and nothing happens beyond that.

Has any one try it ? Could any one help me to make use of it.

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Please change the title - it is not informative –  Tal Galili Sep 3 '10 at 11:37
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Yeah, this whole question needs to be cleaned up... –  John P Bloch Sep 3 '10 at 13:27
    
Thanks for your suggestions ! I have edited the question . –  user391 Sep 3 '10 at 13:50

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From what I read on the plugins description it's compatible with WP 2.9.2. Next to that I assume from the description that it interacts with the theme a lot. I would therefore install the Default (Wordpress Theme) and try if it works with that theme. Maybe it works with this theme?

Maybe you just run into a Javascript error or you have Javascript disabled? Please check these source of errors as well, because it's written that the plugin makes use of AJAX which means Javascript.

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I have checked by deactivating the plugins which may conflict .But no use .The same problem persists . –  user391 Sep 6 '10 at 4:53
    
Have you checked on the theme as well? –  hakre Sep 6 '10 at 21:42
    
Same for me .I have tried it on Three sites. Two of them are fresh Installations .The plugin is not working on all these sites. –  Name-AK Sep 13 '10 at 5:53
    
and @user391 I have checked it again .Now I can able to create new posts and pages using this plugin.But "save " functionality is not working on the pages already created and when trying to modify the content . –  Name-AK Sep 25 '10 at 9:19

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