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Oct
28
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
6
comment Shortcodes: closing shortcode not being processed
Thanks Matt - makes sense, I'll give it a bash! Austen
Mar
6
comment Shortcodes: closing shortcode not being processed
Thanks Kim - sorry I didn't see this reply until just now. I'll take a closer look now that the rush is off.
Mar
6
comment Shortcodes: closing shortcode not being processed
Thanks for your reply toscho - sorry I didn't see it until just now. I'll certainly try the other new ideas posted below.
Jan
31
comment Shortcodes: closing shortcode not being processed
Hi again, and thanks. I've removed the calls to the shortcodes for now as they don't work. I'm having to work around it with a bunch of custom fields into which I'm placing the shortcodes, and even then it's hit or miss. An example of the closing tag not working would be: <?php echo do_shortcode("[/expand]"); ?> - this should generate a span to close off a collapse-o-matic accordion, but it just prints to page. Thanks.
Jan
31
comment Shortcodes: closing shortcode not being processed
Hi - it happens to any closing shortcode tags called by the do_shortcode function. I've tried single and double quotes, multiple brackets and anything else I could think of!
Jan
31
asked Shortcodes: closing shortcode not being processed
Apr
22
comment One site, 2 distinct sections: two different top nav menus?
Thanks Offroff - Travis' suggestion might fit the bill for me on this problem. Thanks for taking the time. Austen
Apr
22
comment One site, 2 distinct sections: two different top nav menus?
Thanks Kaiser. I'll give Travis' idea a run, and refer back to this if it doesn't fit the bill. Austen
Apr
22
comment One site, 2 distinct sections: two different top nav menus?
Thanks Travis - I like the sound of this idea. I'll give it a try. Austen.
Apr
22
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Apr
22
asked One site, 2 distinct sections: two different top nav menus?