Just when you think you’ve got technology under control, some small gnat comes along to bit you. I had just added and styled the nice registration form for people interested in Foliopress WYSIWYG and SEO Images to the previous post :
and then I began seeing double. That is to say two me:
dd add signature plugin error
That nice headshot with the articles is created by Alastair Dagon Design’s Add Signature Plugin. What’s seems to be causing the doublevision is the inclusion of a form inside a post. I tried moving the form into a Sniplet (where it should have been in the first place, quite frankly and reuseable). I’ve cured a few WordPress malfunctions by pulling code outside a post and into a Sniplet – but that was pre-Foliopress WYSIWYG. Most of the WordPress Editors damage or modify code so a Sniplet can stop them from getting a chance to break code. But this time the Sniplet trick didn’t work.
I couldn’t find the issue in the plugin itself:
Nor does the issue seem to be in our template index.php file, although there seems to be room for such an issue there.
But unique to our install is that the manual override for the signature (include an html comment anywhere in your post and your signature should appear there and nowhere else) isn’t working either.
I don’t know where to chase down the content loop itself – and presumably neither John nor Jérémie would have altered the content loop.
Somebody else will have to fix this. If anyone has any ideas, please let me know. My best advice: if you can keep computers out of your life, do. Nothing more reliable and crash resistant than pen and paper. Tolstoy, Stendhal and Lermontov all wrote with pen and ink. These gentlemen didn’t even have typewriters.