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It does seem to specifically be a problem with FS Contact Form.
Here is a test page using a test contact form created with Jetpack. It works:
There appears to be a problem with FS Contact Form. To test, I briefly switched themes from Ultra to Flat Bootstrap. The issue persists. To confirm, this isn’t a theme related challenge. The FS Contact Form fails to send regardless of the theme that is activated.
1. Test FS Contact Form with WP Mail Bank disabled. Perhaps there is a problem there.September 15, 2015 at 9:27 pm in reply to: Theme is working inappropriately for Internet Explorer #2292
No problem. Please, could you take a look at my login details request. I sent that request in our other thread. I’ll work both challenges at the same time.
How’s your day looking? I’m keen to login and check out the contact form challenge as well as address the IE 9 display problems at the same time. I’m offline for lunch and then back after that. Would you be able to create a new user account for Puro from Users > Add New? Please make it an Administrator account, you can delete once we’re done. The email address to use is firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m ready to go 🙂 Thanks!
I’ve put up a Contact Form 7 demo in Ultra here: http://demo.purothemes.com/ultra/contact-us/. You’re welcome to run a quick test. Everything runs normally. Once I receive login details for your site I’ll be happy to take a look and help resolve the problem you’re experiencing in this regard.September 14, 2015 at 9:36 pm in reply to: Theme is working inappropriately for Internet Explorer #2288
Thanks for the update. I’ll have access to my older version IE testing laptop tomorrow morning and will take a look then. I did test the child theme for IE8 so I assumed IE9 would be fine. Feedback to follow tomorrow. Apologies for the hassle.
Sorry, I’m on my phone and mistook this for our other thread.
Please, can you email us on email@example.com. Send us a set of login details. I’ll login to WordPress for you and take a look at the problem.
Please, can you tell me the version number of Internet Explorer that you are using.September 14, 2015 at 7:00 pm in reply to: Theme is working inappropriately for Internet Explorer #2281
Thanks for trying. I’ll be online a little later and can take another look. Please, send additional information.
Did you install and active the child theme?
Was the child theme installation successful?
Which version of IE are you testing in?
For sure 🙂
Hi Alex 🙂
Please, see the custom CSS snippet provided here:
Let me know how that goes.
Here we go:
Download the ZIP file your desktop.
Install from Appearance > Themes > Add New > Activate.
If Appearance > Theme Settings > Archive Post Content is set to Post Excerpt your theme will now display a Continue reading button.
Activating a child theme will cause menu location settings to reset. Just redo those after activating.
Whoops, incorrect email address above. Have corrected it now. Thanks 🙂
Great to hear from you 🙂
When setting Blog Archive Content to Excerpt, no Continue Reading tag should display, just the excerpt, so that’s correct. Of course, there is a problem if the “more” quicktag isn’t showing with Full Content selected.
Excerpt with a Continue reading button is something I can workup as a child theme for you. I’ll do that either later tonight or tomorrow.
I would ideally like to solve the “more” quicktag issue you’re seeing. Any chance you could create a new user account for me, sending the details to firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll take a really quick look around. You can delete the account when I’m done.
Hi Yogesh, just a quick last point of feedback on forms. It’s also possible your chosen form plugin is conflicting with another plugin. So let me run through the entire troubleshooting process in one go:
1. Switch to Twenty Fifteen theme. Test form. If same error occurs then switch back to Ultra. Theme not a problem.
2. De-activate all plugins except form plugin. Test. If issue resolved then plugin conflict to blame.
3. If plugin conflict to blame, re-activate your plugins one by one, after each activation, test the form. When the form breaks you’ll know which plugin is conflicting.
Let me know how that goes 🙂