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RESOLVED 3rd Part Shortcodes stopped working

Temyk

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#21
You're doing something wrong. Send a screenshot of your snippet.
 

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#23
Well of course. You closed the PHP code execution with this line
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#24
Hi Temyk,
The "?>" was left over from the suggestion from:
Tuesday at 10:53 PM
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I understand what the problem is ...
I didnt know I should remove it.

Ok removing "?>" does pop up the FV Player now.

But the FV Player itself is acting different then if I just use it's own shortcode.

There appears to be some formatting issues, the progress bar that tracks the current time and location of the video now extends across the screen. It doesn't stop at the end of the Player itself. I also get a "loading" type of progress bar that we would normally see if the vidoe is queueing but we see the video moving and we can hear it.

If I put an FV Player shortcode on the same page, as the Woody Snippets shortcode.

The FV Player works perfectly. But the one added via the Woody ad snippets short code has the problems above.

Any ideas? The code I'm using is the same as the above, but no "?>" now.
 

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#25
The woody plugin only creates shortcodes. But WordPress executes the shortcodes itself. You may have problems with HTML markup. It doesn't depend on woody.
 
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#26
Hi Temyk,
Yes, that makes sense. I used another player and it worked fine. Thanks for your great support.

Appreciate it.