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  1. I'm using https://datatables.net/ to display a calendar of information. By default all of the days are displayed (Monday - Sunday) and I have checkboxes to hide specific days. <input type=\"checkbox\" checked onclick=\"toggle('.Monday', this)\" > This works well, but I'd like to change the functionality so that all of the checkboxes are unchecked initially and when a user selects a specific day all of the other days are hidden. So, if Monday is checked all of the other days of the week are hidden. Sorry if this is a rudimentary question, I'm a novice and can't seem to find the answer.
  2. I'm attempting to modify the email message body based on a users input to a form. I'm using the code shown here as a starting point: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/40345116/manipulate-ninja-forms-mail-body?answertab=votes#tab-top Unfortunately even the most rudimentary change to the message body does not seem to work, and I'm unable to find any additional documentation on the ninja_forms_action_email_message filter. Has anyone attempted to modify the email message body upon submission? Here's what I'd like to achieve. If the user submits "Yes" to a question, then I would add a list item to the body of the email I send them. If they answer "No", then no list item would be added. Thanks so much! ~Sarah
  3. Resolved the issue. Had to do with the wp_signon function: https://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_signon Had to change: //wp_signon( $login_data, false ); wp_signon( $login_data, true );
  4. I ran across this post: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/error-from-async-uploadphp-redirect-302-with-ssl-enabled/ This seems to be the exact same issue, but there isn't a solution posted.
  5. Yes, cookies are set until I begin to upload media and the async-upload.php file is called. As soon as the async-upload.php is called the cookies expire and I'm sent to the admin login screen.
  6. Hey guys! I'm having an issue with (I believe) WordPress sessions. I have a front-end user upload option that uses the WordPress media upload, which works flawlessly without https. When I switch the site over to https and try to upload media, the async-upload.php file is called (when uploading) and I am immediately logged out of the site, before the upload completes. Here is what I have in my wp-config file: define('WP_HOME','https://www.domain.com'); define('WP_SITEURL','https://www.domain.com'); define('FORCE_SSL_LOGIN', true); define('FORCE_SSL_ADMIN', true); Again, if I use http the upload works flawlessly, but as soon as I switch to https I'm logged out as soon as I initiate the upload. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks! ~Sarah
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