Do Any Or All Of The Shortcodes Have A Php Counterpart?
Posted 21 October 2012 - 09:16 AM
I verified this works in WYSIWYG on a single post.
How do I setup this "content outline" in a php template (i.e. custom section on a CPT page template)?
Posted 21 October 2012 - 09:44 AM
2) But I think using something like Post Snippets ( ) and then just calling those blocks of code within the custom section would be easier than trying to open and close php tags within a template/section. I've used the plugin before with shortcodes inside a Post Snippet, and it's worked well. However, when I have a snippet of the code above ( ) and in my custom section I call this snippet ( ), then it displays just the code in plain text, not the actual rendering of it ( ). But if I use the Post Snippets shortcode, it looks like it renders, but it really doesn't -- the first tab is shown but the other tabs aren't clickable ( short video showing my clicks: ).
My guess is that it has to deal with the order of when each "thing" is loaded (I may be way off though).
If you have another snippet plugin that for sure is compatible, please let me know. I assume it's something within PageLines though (like maybe something I can put in functions.php to tell PageLines to load after that plugin? -- am I in dream land? lol).
Posted 21 October 2012 - 10:31 AM
#2 (above), I DID NOT resolve the issue...
using this (found in the plugin's "Help" area) doesn't work (just plain text):
But using this just outputs nothing at all:
Maybe php coders see the error of my ways with the "get_post_snippet" function, but then I'd say the plugin's Help section should be improved.
Regardless, it's likely not a PageLines / Plugin conflict.
Posted 21 October 2012 - 03:58 PM
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Posted 21 October 2012 - 09:46 PM
Simon sure does get around, but even he needs a day off once in a rare while. In that, I'm jealous of him.
Some developers do answer here, but since you're really looking for a customization that is complex, it's really not going to help you to obtain assistance in a forum. As I've pointed out elsewhere, if things aren't done right, it's quite easy to crash your entire site. Isn't it worth the investment to hire a pro and make sure you don't end up with a white screen or an error?
They're not too expensive, and worth the effort to get a few quotes.
Posted 21 October 2012 - 09:59 PM
DO NOT mass email the Pros. Don't ask them to bid out on work either.
Posted 30 October 2012 - 04:42 PM
Hope that helps!