I’m starting to think that FontExplorer X Pro may be my culprit. I don’t know how or why, but I’m leaning in that direction. Whatever’s causing it to happen, Safari is now showing glyphs in a similar manner so it’s not just Chrome for me anymore. Very, very strange.]]>
The instructions that I posted were for CKEditor 3.6.5. It looks like CKEditor has changed since then and no longer includes the ckeditor_php5.php file. Very strange.
You can download older versions of CKEditor from their website. That’s my recommendation: go with the older version unless there’s a burning need to use the newest one. I know CKEditor 3.6.5 works so maybe start with that one.
Good luck! I’ll add a note to the blog post stating that the instructions are for CKEditor 3.6.5.
I tried to follow your tutorial but I have downloaded Ckeditor yesterday, and I can’t seem to find ckeditor_php5.php. Has something changed in meantime or have I missed something?
Thanks in advance]]>
The only thing I can think of is this: in CSS, you’re not highlighting the correct class for the blog menu item. I can’t remember if a different class is added to the blog menu item when viewing single posts but it’s worth checking, and if so, be sure to style the class accordingly.
I didn’t do anything special to highlight “blog” in my menu outside of CSS styling, or at least I don’t recall doing anything special, so that’s my best guess.
Yeesh, I hope this helps!
The problem I am having is that I have a menu bar across the top of my wordpress generated web site. All of the pages on the web site are static pages except for my blog page. This blog page shows the summary of my most recent blog posts. You then click on one of them to read the single post. How for the love of all that is holy (I have been searching for an answer to this for just over four hours now and if I read one more answer about catagories I am going to throtle something!) do you get the “Blog” menu button to stay highlighted as the active page when you are reading a single post. I understand that single posts are not recognised by WordPress as ancestors of the Blog page that they link from but there has got to be a way of getting those single posts to cause the Blog menu button to become highlighted.
Any suggestion you might have would be enormously appreciated!!