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    Private ContentSupport staff only who can see this content

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    Try it again now.

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    /wp-admin/update-core.php

    <h2>Themes</h2>
    The following themes have new versions available. Check the ones you want to update and then click “Update Themes”.

    Hooray You have version 2.6.3 installed. Update to 2.6.3.

    Select Hooray, then Update Themes button.

    <h2>Updating Theme Hooray (1/1)</h2>

    An error occurred while updating Hooray: Update package not available.

     

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    An error occurred while updating Hooray: Update package not available.

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    The version of Hooray v2.6.2 both installed and downloaded from Themeforest has a functions.php file infected with WP-VCD.

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    functions.php has just been removed again. Why is this file triggering a malware detector?

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    Yep.

    The last bit really only needs:

    /* editor publish box month timestamp arrow bugfix */
    .wp-admin .timestamp-wrap #mm:focus {
    -moz-appearance: listbox !important;
    }

    I still have a one pixel diagonal bounce on the editor toolbar I could probably squash with a bit more investigation, but the major problem is gone.

    Thanks for checking.

    Update: This kills the single pixel toolbar bounce:

    .wp-admin .wp-editor-container:active {
    margin-top: 0 !important;
    border-right: solid #e5e5e5 1px !important;
    border-left: solid #e5e5e5 1px !important;
    }

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 9 months ago by redwolf.
    • This reply was modified 3 years, 9 months ago by redwolf.
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    Deactivating Jetpack is not really a solution for me. Adding admin CSS is a better option.

    This will fix both.

    /* editor toolbar bounce bugfix */
    .wp-admin .quicktags-toolbar {
    position: relative !important;
    }
    .wp-admin .wp-editor-area {
    margin-top: 0 !important;
    }

    /* editor publish box month timestamp arrow bugfix */
    .wp-admin .timestamp-wrap #mm,
    .wp-admin .timestamp-wrap #mm:focus {
    -webkit-appearance: listbox !important;
    -moz-appearance: listbox !important;
    -ms-appearance: listbox !important;
    }

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    Looks like it’s a Firefox only bug. Chrome is okay, but it happens on FF both OSX and Win7.

    The edit menu only drops down on click. Once the cursor is in the field it doesn’t interfere, until you need to click in the field and highlight text. Obviously, it makes selecting edit menu items almost impossible.

    I notice the scheduled post month date dropbox arrow is FF only as well.

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    While you’re there, whether it’s post type colours or category colours, neither work on the index/archive pages.

    I want the same result showing each post a different colour that you have on your demo page:

    http://hooray.bdayh.com/

    But that looks like it only works by setting the colours on an individual post level. With a large site, this is an impractical solution.

    This needs to be by category or post type. The post type and category need to be passed onto the article tag.

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    I have custom CSS that sets colours based on post type.

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    The colours aren’t set by category. They’re set by post type.

    Why is there no post type on the index/archive pages?

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    I can’t, because I edited the code myself.

    My point is that every time I upgrade the theme, I will have to rehack the code. This is not ideal.

    From the demo site:

    http://hooray.bdayh.com/category/world/

    The image post has no title or description. And, no link.

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    If I change the post format to image, the theme now will only display the image. Any title and description have been deliberately hidden.

    Considering the title is also the link to the post from the index/archive, this breaks navigation.

    I don’t mind it being an option, but as this is different behaviour to the previous version of the theme, I want to be able to turn it off.

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    Looks like it’s the WordPress controlled text posts that caused my problem. My hacky workaround looks to be the current best way of dealing with it.

    Thanks for you help and thanks for explaining that this particular bit of code is out of your control.

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