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Wordpress with plimus

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by olimpiu_stefan, Dec 7, 2009.

  1. olimpiu_stefan

    olimpiu_stefan BANNED BANNED

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    Hi,

    I have one big problem with Wordpress.

    I use wordpress for selling Plimus products affiliate. I use sales links from plimus with "https". Whi verify with firefox if it's working my links it's OK. But when i use Internet explorer it's not working. Do nothing when I click on the link.

    Please i need your help. What can i do to work with internet explorer this links?

    Thanks guys.

    http://www.olykit.com
     
  2. yuyo

    yuyo Regular Member

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    pm your link..to see why
     
  3. olimpiu_stefan

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    So. Can anyone help me please?
     
  4. pintonbd

    pintonbd Power Member

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    i ahve used plimus with wordpress may be 2.6 its works nice for me.
    thanks
     
  5. olimpiu_stefan

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    thanks i will verify
     
  6. Remington

    Remington Regular Member

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    I'm not an HTML expert, but I do see some obvious errors. Correcting them may fix the problem.

    In many cases, there is coding for two sets of quotes where there should just be one. The border= code is one area that may specifically be fubaring IE's ability to interpret the link.


    Looking further, I see quite a lot of that "\&quot" (see how there's regular quotes *along with* encoding for another set of quotes) throughout the HTML. The span and p class areas of the code have it in every (or nearly every) instance.

    Poor IE probably doesn't know what to do with it, especially the part in the link image code itself.