- September 2, 2014 at 7:05 am #1140AlGuest
Hello, I have a couple of questions before purchasing:
1) What versions of IE is Masonry compatible with?
2) Once end user clicks on a block and redirected to the actual post, how does he go back to main blog page? What would be best way to redirect user back to Masonry blog page once finished seeing post?
Thanks for your help.
Al.September 2, 2014 at 7:08 am #1141AlGuest
Oh, sorry, third question:
3) Does it write to the WP db?September 2, 2014 at 11:07 am #1150Masonry GuyKeymaster
Thank you so much for your interest with our plugin. Here are the replies for your questions.
1. It works for IE 8 and above.
2. Our plugin only handle the page that you have kept shortcode. So any other pages / post aren’t modified. For back navigation you can use Breadcrumb plugins available in wordpress.org.
3. Ya, we use wordpress db to store shortcode and layout settings. But our plugin doesn’t creates any extra table in your database.
ThanksSeptember 2, 2014 at 1:05 pm #1164AlGuest
Thank you for your response. My customer is picky about her website being IE7 friendly, but may buy for another site I am considering. Is it possible to hard code in child, functions (or other file) so that I do not have to enter short code when entering blog posts? Eh, I guess it was 4 questions 🙂
Thanks again and great looking plugin.September 2, 2014 at 4:02 pm #1168Masonry GuyKeymaster
The truth is i haven’t tested it in IE 7 yet. As i don’t have it currently. But you can try it and i feel, it should work. You can go with lite version to test it. If it works then sure pro version is going to work as well.
Regarding the shortcode, first let me clear a thing. You place a shortcode only once. So you don’t need to redo the shortcode each time you create a blog post.
Also you can use it in your wordpress template files. You can keep these shortcode in theme template files like this