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Keep in mind not everyone is running JavaScript, so you really need a server-side form processor like PHP rather than relying solely on jQuery. Best thing to do on a WordPress site is create a plugin that processes your form. You can include helper libraries like FPDF to not only generate the PDFs but that also have the option to save them to your server ...


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@CharlieJustUs when you use Fiddle is automatically sets the $ variable for you. When your script tries to run on your site, that variable is not set, and it fails. Try this please. jQuery(document).ready(function($) { $(function() { $('ul.clearfix').each(function() { var $select = $('<select class="dropdown-toggle" />'); ...


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define('FORCE_SSL_LOGIN', false); define('FORCE_SSL_ADMIN', false); define( 'CONCATENATE_SCRIPTS', false ); define( 'SCRIPT_DEBUG', true ); try to load wp-admin without SSL. After reloading it looks OK, maybe after re-login, set SCRIPT_DEBUG to false. hope this help and let me know your views over it.


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I have developed a plugin for this specific problem. The plugin doesn't mess with WordPress jQuery as it is only loaded in the front-end. See: jQuery Manager for WordPress Why yet another jQuery Updater / Manager / Developer / Debugging tool? Because none of the developer tools lets you select a specific version of jQuery and/or jQuery Migrate. ...


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I have developed a plugin for this specific problem. This plugin doesn't mess with WordPress jQuery as it is only loaded in the front-end. See: jQuery Manager for WordPress Why yet another jQuery Updater / Manager / Developer / Debugging tool? Because none of the developer tools lets you select a specific version of jQuery and/or jQuery Migrate. ...


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