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Achieving unaltered style via plugin for multiple themes is pretty difficult to achieve. How about this? Use any library among these e.g. Bootstrap in your plugin and then remove/comment the global properties from them. Since you will be author of the plugin, you can repeat the same thing in your plugin before releasing next update.


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The following workaround is based on the wpeditimage/plugin.js file in the core. You could enqueue it or test it with: add_action( 'admin_footer-post.php', function() {?><script> jQuery(window).load( function( $ ) { if( ! $( "#wp-content-wrap").hasClass("tmce-active" ) ) return; var editor = tinyMCE.activeEditor; ...


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The comment from @milo prompted me to take a closer look, and I realised I was chasing a false positive. The About page and Contact page were actually displaying the correct behaviour; it was Home and Services that were wrong. It seems at some point those two pages did have custom page templates, which were later turned into specialized page templates. ...


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CSS was indeed the issue. It works fine on a stock WP installation and I was finally able to track down the conflict with this developed site.


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I've found the solution to the problem myself. for anyone out there, surround your header call with the conditional 'is_product_category( 'day' )'. you can read more about it here: http://docs.woothemes.com/document/conditional-tags/



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