detecting adblocker is one thing. I don't see a problem with this, becuase it is to ask them to turn it off, it is their choice. Just don't use an alert that is annoying.
I do know ways in which you could beat it, and you could say is legitimate so…
thanks for a bit of clarification! x00, sadly I am hosted on godaddy, what about your client?
check carefully to see if you are getting old versions of a page. That is what is happening to me.
This is a different issue this is more random than that. It is also showing old version of the page, like three different incarnations, browser caching is disabled.
You can set cookies for sub-domian using a dot and I don't generally use www. anywa…
I'm experiencing the same thing with a client
Server version: Apache/2.4.10 (Unix)
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PHP 5.4.33 (cgi-fcgi) (built: Oct 10 2014 08:28:16)
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Actual the text is there is the source it not being parsed. Try view source you can see the title an descriptions
Nope, not really possible. You can't force people to view content they don't want.
What you can do is try and avoid triggering of the adblock, but if you are using third part adware this is not under you control.
Did you try disabling this Bootstrap Markdown and testing markdown manually?
Aslo make sure you are not using two editors at the same time.
Btw I would remove that image it has your smtp details in it.
You definitely have $Configuration['Garden']['InputFormatter'] = 'Markdown'; in conf/config.php?
try disabling this plugin an trying again.
You also need $Configuration['EnabledPlugins']['HtmLawed'] = 'HtmLawed';
css would be used to over style to use your own image you host.
gimp you can use to save your own sprites.png
personally I'm not a huge fan of the vanilla cdn being used for sprites on the non hosted version, but whatevs
Sure I agree, thoguht the more descriptive you can be, the more you show what processes you have been through (steps to repeat) the more likely it will be taken seriously.
It is obvious that you want help, but most of the forum is about getting hel…
The way people some approach these questions anyone would be mistaken for thinking they are some lost child looking for their parents or something terrible happened to them, if it wasn't for what they are actually asking.
In forum etiquette it warn…