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This works like charm:
Thank you again! Unfortunately it doesn’t work well with my inline SVGs. I now went with DuckDuckGo site search. At least it is not google… ;) and works fine.
But I discovered their mail script, which I will try, cause I might need a new one.
And thank you for those german solutions. Its a lot easier to read those explanations in your mother tongue.
Hey, thank you!
Still trying to get it to work. Not sure which configuration I need to do. It doesn’t find anything. I guess the directories but I can’t seem to be doing it right.
Yes. All of that. But, you should decide which browsers you want to support. You can base that decision based on analytics data of your site. If you have a lot of users on e.g. IE 10 than you should support them. If not, you can decide to use modern css.
Have a look at https://caniuse.com to check browser support for your code.
Ahhh, I get it! Thank you so much!
Well thanks! Its really just me noobing around.
Ok, I give up. Probably try PHPMailer.
Hey, some folks sent me emails and managed to trick my form validation – how did you do that?
I just found this:
Also, I use Parsley http://parsleyjs.org) for form-validation.August 5, 2018 at 11:49 am in reply to: iOS Safari Caching problems: How to get iOS Safari to behave a bit better. #275037
Hey, great tip! Thank you for your post!August 5, 2018 at 7:38 am in reply to: Is there a way to navigate to a url from an input? #275035
Thank you very much!
At first it wouldn’t work here. Only after I removed the form element. Very strange.
After some heavy googeling with the right search terms, that I was now able to guess by your code, I added a button to the mix.
Cool!July 16, 2018 at 11:24 am in reply to: How to build a work shift calendar module using WordPress #274200
Wait, I think, I am getting there.
This is what I did:
changed the name of the folder with all the stuff in it to just “cal”.
changed the url in Mamp to “mysite.test:8888”. The “:8888” was the problem (again missed that detail).
changed the domain to “mysite.test:8888/”
changed the URL/ path to “mysite.test:8888/cal/”July 16, 2018 at 10:39 am in reply to: How to build a work shift calendar module using WordPress #274199
Now I tried it on the live server and its the same. I am too stupid to get this right.July 16, 2018 at 9:50 am in reply to: How to build a work shift calendar module using WordPress #274198
No, its not about styling, its the urls/ file paths that I just don’t get.
Should I put the folder “fast_cal_v1_0_1531401647” into the root or just the files and folders that it contains? In the manual it says “entire Fast Cal package” – what do you mean by that?
First I put the folder “fast_cal_v1_0_1531401647” into the root and I got the HTML of the example on my page. But no admin, no css.
Now it put the content (the files and folders) of “fast_cal_v1_0_1531401647” into the root, changed the file paths and now I get nothing.
I am confused.July 16, 2018 at 7:47 am in reply to: How to build a work shift calendar module using WordPress #274193
I would like to first work the page locally, using Mamp. But I guess I have problems with the URLs.
I set up a “.test” domain in Mamp.
I typed in the urls in the config file but I guess I did it wrong.
I included the “php-include” of the calender on my page, just as described in the “read me” and the calender does show up. But its not connected to its css or to the php files of your app.