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reviewed Close Gravity Forms Marketo Plugin Feed
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answered Plugin Options Array Set to Undefined
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revised How do I query for posts by partial meta key?
added 27 characters in body
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answered How do I query for posts by partial meta key?
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comment WordPress website loads fine on desktop browsers but Safari for iOS cannot load it completely
:D ... glad you have it sorted. I cannot mark your answer; only you can. So please do so.
Mar
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revised Advanced Custom Fields from Category - IF statement
remove unecessary call to the_field()
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25
comment Two loops on different pages do the same thing, but only one page works
what is the value of $winverifyEmailCode and $winentryCode respectively during the loop?
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comment Genesis + Ajax + Jquery | Failling to call action
You are welcome...
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comment Genesis + Ajax + Jquery | Failling to call action
You can keep the logic contained within it's own file, but you need to include it into the scope of functions.php file.
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comment Genesis + Ajax + Jquery | Failling to call action
Where is your custom-login.php file... where are you including it? Are you including it directly into a theme file? Or is it an include within your functions.php file?
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reviewed Approve Wordpress php filter admin_body_class not working
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comment Genesis + Ajax + Jquery | Failling to call action
Also you are duplicating your hooks in ck_do_login_form callback... remove them from there.
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comment Genesis + Ajax + Jquery | Failling to call action
move your wp_ajax_* hooks outside of genesis_entry_content and you have a duplicate call to wp_ajax_post_love_add_love. Also you might need to json_encode() your response. So instead do wp_send_json($love);
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comment Genesis + Ajax + Jquery | Failling to call action
wp_die() when passed no $message parameter, will internally call PHP's die() function, except WordPress will pass '0' as a string die('0'). Instead you can simply do echo $love; exit; Make sure $love is defined with a value though...
Mar
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comment WordPress website loads fine on desktop browsers but Safari for iOS cannot load it completely
Disable your current theme, all plugins. Then re-enable one of the default WordPress themes. Check if the problem persists. If not, then re-enable your original theme, test... if no problem, re-enable 1 plugin at a time, test, rinse repeat until you find the likely offender.
Mar
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comment WordPress website loads fine on desktop browsers but Safari for iOS cannot load it completely
Are you positively sure you are being served non-cached pages on iOS? Have you got debugging enabled? What did you do to verify the page was not cached...
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comment WordPress website loads fine on desktop browsers but Safari for iOS cannot load it completely
Just because it loads ok on desktop and not on mobile using the same connection, doesn't mean the problem is not related to your caching. To rule it out, disabled all caching, CDN, W3 Total Cache completely. Flush caches, browser and iOS devices. Also if you were logged in on desktop you may have been viewing uncached version of the site. So we need to rule out all possibilities.
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comment Genesis + Ajax + Jquery | Failling to call action
You have not defined your event handler to handle the submit button; see my answer below.
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answered Genesis + Ajax + Jquery | Failling to call action