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No. CJT cannot do that for you.
CJT Code-Block can be just assigned to a request (page, post, URL, etc…).
1. Hide the form using CSS code.
3.Show the form or point visitor to like your facebok Based on the return value.
I might not completely understand you. But CJT Code Blocks is not conditionally executed.
Please don’t hesitate to ask.
AHMeDMay 10, 2014 at 6:09 PM in reply to: How to assign to all posts (present and future) from 1 Custom Post Type? #9535
Its not possible to do that through ‘Custom Posts’ tab however its still possible to do that using Advanced Expression assignment:
You can do that by using expression as following:
You need to replace EXAMPLE.COM by your WordPress website address and replace CUSTOM_POST_TYPE by custom post type name (ie: products, items, downloads, etc…)
Please let me know if you still need anything.
is it a fresh installation or upgrade?
If you don’t have code blocks exists, please do the following
WARNING: Make sure you don’t have any exists/important code Blocks as we’re giong to erase all the data.
#1. Go to CJT Blocks page.
#2. Click on the Settings menu from the top general Toolbar.
#3. Open Uninstall tab => Select “Wipe Out Data” checkbox.
#4. Go to WordPress plugins page, deactivate and delete CJT Plugin,
#5. Install it again.
We’ve experienced this issue before: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/cannot-create-code-block-on-fresh-install
You might give it a test by deactivate the Theme.
Please let me know what happened.
AHMeDMarch 12, 2014 at 10:49 PM in reply to: assign code block to a specific post on a category page #8720
Any undefined assignments still can be defined by using URLs and Expressions.
I’m going to give you a an example of how to use URLs to achieve this. You can check the documents for more info.
Apply to single TAG page using URL
Replace [TAG-NAME] by the tag name you like to apply.
Hope that helps.
Please lee me know if you still need help.
December 26, 2013 at 12:11 AM in reply to: Getting a fatal error on attempting to install Pro version #6993
- This reply was modified 6 years, 6 months ago by Ahmed Hamed. Reason: Update Doc link
We’re sorry for the inconvenience issue.
We’re very so for the delay as well.
I understand the issue you’re facing and I aware that you cannot do anything with the host configuration.
This step must be passed or you wouldn’t get all the benefits provided by the PRO edition.
Could you please try to disable all the other plugins so you get some free memory for the Plugin to pass the installation process?
Hope that helps.
In general, Parsing Shortcodes is a string manipulating process that might affect the regular WordPress page loading time. We passed on this situation before and we decided to don’t allow Widgets to parse Shortcode only for the CJT Plugin! We might include it in the next PRO release however for now you can install http://wordpress.org/plugins/use-shortcodes-in-sidebar-widgets/ Plugin. This Plugin allows you to get Shortcode works on the Sidebar Widgets.
Hope that’s helps!
Please let me know if your issue still exists.