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I ended up solving this using the WP-Do-Not-Track plugin. I was able to black list all the addresses I did not want loaded. it works great and does not seem to change my page load speed. A lot more than add to any was causing these.


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I think this answers your question, the WordPress automatic paragraph input is messing up the raw html Placing google maps into a wordpress page using the wordpress page editor


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You can check this out - wpgallery plugin, this is how they do it for the [gallery] shortcode, basically parsing the shortcodes on the client-side, and replacing them back and forth as you click "Visual" or "Text". Unless you are building a plugin, I would advise you to refrain from using shortcodes - use plain HTML, you'll have an easier time working with ...


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Because some of titles are running on to three lines when the screen gets smaller its messing up the flow of the floated elements. What you need to do is clear every fourth element. Also this is a basic css question and is not specific to Wordpress at all.


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Yes it is possible. There are two ways that I can think of at this moment. First follow what the codex says Shortcodes. Basically you just wrap your html in ob_start(); this will return the html as a string so you can echo it. function my_shortcode() { ob_start(); ?> <HTML> <here> ... <?php return ob_get_clean(); } The ...


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I'm a bit confused - why the two submit buttons? And you're outputting the same id multiple times (inside a foreach loop), which will choke jQuery. Try the following, using classes: $form = ''; foreach ( $results as $result ) { $value = esc_attr( $result->aid ); $form .= '<form method="post" class="aid-form">'; $form .= "<input ...



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