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  1. Hi guys, I have a jquery mobile $session problem : Some background : The system itself is a mix between CodeIgniter and PW - customer login, business logic calculations are done via CI; however some static pages are displayed via PW. CI sets $_SESSIONS on login, which are then used from processwire; furthermore PW API is used by CI to create new pages, add text images, etc. All of the above works fine on a desktop/tablet The problem : That's where jQuery mobile comes. To detect mobile devices I've used this logic inside site/config.php: if( check_user_agent('mobile') ) { $config->urls->templates = '/site-mobile/templates/'; $config->paths->templates = $rootPath . $config->urls->templates; } It all works good - I get redirected accordingly; Sadly there is a but - On the mobile version after I (user) manually refresh the page or open another page the $session goes from this array(6) { ["Session"]=> array(0) { } ["username"]=> string(19) "my_email@gmail.com" ["firstname"]=> string(5) "Boris" ["lastname"]=> string(7) "Processwire" ["usertime"]=> int(1406733793) } to nothing: array(1) { ["Session"]=> array(0) { } } The original idea was for the mobile to sit on m.mysite.com ,but for cross domain requests, session and seo issues this is not an option. What have I tried with jQuery Mobile so far : disable ajax globally / page specifically force full urls e.g. from /page to www.mysite.com/page 'a' tags data-ajax=false pass sessions from $_SESSION to PW $session->varname - it goes empty on refresh As mentioned it all works fine on the desktop version, so I'm pretty sure that has something to do with jQuery mobile. Any ideas. suggestions, notes, topics or anything on the subject is highly appreciated! Please let me know if you want me to display more code samples.
  2. Hi all, I have an issue with the module. It works fine for me under all browsers apart from Firefox(Win 7) - I've updated to version 26.0, from 24.*; However I still get only a black box. I can see the code, exactly the same as under Chrome/Safari/Opera, but it doesn't work. Any ideas what could be causing the problem ? p.s. I get no errors with Firebug.
  3. Hi guys, Thanks for the help, unfortunately I still get the same problem; the code would go from: <p style="style here">[[paypal_button]]</p> to something like: <p style="style here"></p><form action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post"> <input name="cmd" type="hidden" value="_s-xclick"> <input name="hosted_button_id" type="hidden"> <input alt="PayPal TM The safer, easier way to pay online." name="submit" src="https://www.paypalobjects.com/en_US/GB/i/btn/btn_buynowCC_LG.gif" type="image"> </form> I will try to find a different solution. EDIT I ended up creating a small jQuery fix that will look through the page, find PayPal forms and get its' style from the previous <p> tag; assuming there is any inline style. It's a nasty fix, but it does the job for now.
  4. Hi all, I have been struggling lately to get TinyMCE to accept PayPal buttons (or as the code goes - Form). My solution - to use html_entity_decode($body); to render the button properly, which works fine. However my problem is that TinyMCE will strip down the <p> tag from the PayPal form and won't allow for secondary styling e.g. align left, right, centre. I wonder whether any of you had come across any solutions?
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