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10/20/2015 at 10:04 am #351092
When I put the [connections_form] shortcode on a page and click on a button e.g., Add Address, Add Phone Number nothing happens. It should open the corresponding form fields.
This is a cross post from the general WordPress support forum.
You mentioned the shortcode method was deprecated: what should I use instead?
Thanks10/20/2015 at 10:53 am #351119
re: You mentioned the shortcode method was deprecated: what should I use instead?
This is covered in the doc page, here.
The next likely cause of the issue is that the theme does not include the wp_footer() template tag.
If you can share a link to the page with the issue, I can take a look and offer a solution based on what I find. Without the link to the page, the best I can do is offer by best guesses.10/20/2015 at 2:09 pm #351152This reply has been marked as private.10/21/2015 at 12:12 pm #351242
If you’d like creds. please let us know.10/21/2015 at 12:21 pm #351243
I did not receive the login verification email so I can checkout the issue. Will that be coming soon?10/21/2015 at 12:29 pm #351244
You should be able to login with the Username and Password you used to register.10/21/2015 at 1:59 pm #351253
Ha, funny! I am sooo used to getting confirming emails I guess I completely missed that I can simply log in.
I did log in and see the issue. Something is very, very, wrong with the theme. Locking at the page source…
The page should end with:
But yours does not. It goes on to show the
</article><!-- #post -->and then some HTML for the comments then just stops. This is very broken HTML. The browsers must simply stop rendering the page when they come to the
</html>tag. However, that closing
</article>is missing up in the body where it should be.
Those issues aside, my previous reply where I mentioned the possibility of the missing wp_footer() template tag, I suspect this is the reason Form does not work correctly. This infact will break a lot of plugins.
I suggest getting the theme fixed and ensure the wp_footer() template tag exists in the
footer.phpfile (if the theme has one).
Hope that helps!
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