Social Sharing Buttons disappear after a while
I added twitter, facebook and youtube icons on my site and disabled in the footer ‘back to top’. after a while (an hour or so) .. without being logged on to wordpress the whole graphene is back in the default situation. So with ‘back to top’ and only the RSS-feed which i deleted in the first place.
graphene 1.7.3 and the latest wordpress.
i left it logged on for several hours and it just reset itself again. it was a session in safari and the graphene options – top bar was left open. I have the feeling that that is causing the problem.
graphene options – top bar is visable (clicked on it to open to show the options) and leave it that way .. so not closing that option!
i left it open for several hours .. imac goes into ‘sleeping mode’
i reactivated the imac and refreshed the website and guess what .. all is set back to default
the deleted RSS icon is back and all other three icons are gone … the footer is also back to the default setting
so i guess that there is somewhere a trigger to update the database with the default settingsMod
Yes, I just checked and it is back to the state you described. It is possible that Safari is doing something weird. As much as I love all things Apple, Safari exhibits strange behavior. I do not like it.
A handful of things you might want to try:
- See if you can reset Safari’s settings.
- Try a clean install of Safari.
- Create another user of Safari on your computer and try editing your page from there.
- If nothing else, use a different browser to work on your blog.
Probably not the answer you wanted to hear, but yeah, Safari is definitely doing something strange here.AdminQuote:graphene options – top bar is visable (clicked on it to open to show the options) and leave it that way .. so not closing that option!
Opening or closing an option box itself doesn’t save any of the options. You will have to click on the “Save Options” button before the options are saved. So.. yeah, I guess somehow Safari this triggering that as well, or it triggered the reset options button.
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