Plugins, hidden inputs, and paragraph tags

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  • #3403

    goots
    Participant

    Hi, I just started using the Event Espresso plugin for an upcoming event that I need members to register for. The test registration form isn’t appearing correctly due to the theme automatically adding paragraph tags to the hidden inputs of the plugin.

    Additionally, I’m using an older version of the Fuji theme. Will an update to the most recent version likely fix this, or will I need to somehow edit its stylesheet to support this plugin?

    After speaking with the plugin developers, they also believe that the issue lies with my current theme.

    http://vocational-rehab.com/event-registration/

    (Click “register” as well to see the next page)

    #3410

    satori
    Member

    Hey Craig,

    I’ve tried the plugin with Fuji, and without seeing your back-end I cannot tell with confidence that this is something that the theme does (however, I do not rule out such possibility) since the free version does not offer all the features that are needed to duplicate the bug. I can give you a line of CSS code, however, which is likely to solve the extra space issue – please try inserting this into your child theme’s style.css or into the main style.css (if you are not using a child theme):

    .event_espresso_form_wrapper br { display: none; }
    

    You can edit the theme’s style.css file by visiting the “Appearance -> Editor” admin section.

    Please let me know if the above code helps!

    Sincerely,
    Andrii / Satori Studio

    #3414

    goots
    Participant

    Hi! Thanks for your help. Which free version are you referring to? I paid for both Event Espresso and the Fuji theme. But that was a year or two ago.

    I put in the code, and it helped somewhat, but didn’t fix everything. Plus, address blocks are all now on one line, so there are some new hindrances. Check out this screenshot as well, the payment options shouldn’t have so much spacing: http://i.imgur.com/sL87EOs.png

    I remember giving you access to the backend before, and I don’t have a problem again now. Your username should be “satori”; you should be able to reset the password.

    #3421

    satori
    Member

    Hey Craig,

    I’ve checked that my browser does indeed still remember the login data, yet to proceed I’d have to ask you to point me to the page that is seen on your latest screenshot – I can’t seem to be able to find it; when I click “Register” on the page you’ve provided earlier (http://vocational-rehab.com/event-registration/) I am being forwarded to this page, which doesn’t have any problems as far as I can see – and if I fill in the fields and press “Submit” there I get a confirmation page. Thus my question is – how do I get to the payments page displayed on the screenshot. Thanks!

    Sincerely,
    Andrii / Satori Studio

    #3424

    goots
    Participant

    Hey Andrii,

    Keep going through the form and confirm your details. You’ll get to the payment selection page, which shows the error. I think there are a few extra spaces in the address bar of that first page you linked, but I could be wrong. I’m not completely familiar with the plugin yet.

    I removed the code you gave me from style.css so you can see what it looks like normally.

    Thanks,

    Craig

    #3434

    satori
    Member

    Hey Craig,

    I’ve added some more CSS into the theme’s style.css file on your website:

    .event_espresso_form_wrapper br,
    #payment-options-dv br { display: none; }
    

    Please tell me if the pages are now rendering as intended.

    Sincerely,
    Andrii / Satori Studio

    #3435

    goots
    Participant

    It’s better, but the payment window should look like this, arranged in a row: http://eventespresso.com/features/payment-options/

    I still see this: http://i.imgur.com/42OwRwa.png

    #3440

    satori
    Member

    Hey Craig,

    after some more experimentation I’ve noticed that you’ve two instances of Fuji installed on your WordPress – and that version 1.0.2 is activated instead of a newer 2.0, which does not have problems with the plugin. Is there any specific reason why you are using the older version?

    Sincerely,
    Andrii / Satori Studio

    #3443

    goots
    Participant

    Yeah, I mentioned that in my first post. I’m not sure how much work it’s going to take switching over to the new version — when I switch it, there are a lot of layout issues that arise. Because the organization is in a critical moment this time of year, I didn’t want to risk having to take the site down for an indeterminate amount of maintenance time.

    But, if that’s the simplest and easiest way for the event plugin to work properly, I’ll have no other option. Better now than never, I guess.

    #3444

    goots
    Participant

    I’ve spent a bit of time and converted everything to the new Fuji version. I ran into two problems I can’t fix:

    1. I only want to show the header image slider on the home page. Is there a way to bulk edit all pages and posts to turn the header off except for the home page?

    2. Some of my submit buttons look like this: http://i.imgur.com/mq6CqAO.png This is from the Support form from the main nav menu. How do I fix it so it actually looks like a real button?

    Thanks,

    Craig

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