Note - 2011-11-07 17:32:52 - I've just found that this is a Wordpress bug, not an issue with my shortcode—so never mind; I've requested a refund.
I have a custom shortcode that wraps its parameters (or its wrapped content) in a div, like this:
[fig label="My Image" url="http://www.mysite.com/url.png"]
or, if I want to wrap a table instead of an image,
[fig label="My table"]
<table><tr><td>This is my table </td></tr></table>
I've never had trouble with this until today, when I attempted to use multiple wrapped and unwrapped instances on the same page. This causes some figures to disappear, or for a bunch of the entry content to become wrapped in the wrapper. This was not fixed by adding closing [/fig] tags to the non-wrapping shortcodes. What's wrong with my code?
<script src="https://gist.github.com/1346372.js"> </script>
Luis Cordova answers:
the wrapper seems to find an uncommon or unforeseen use case
I would need to look at the content code from where you call multiple times this wrapper shortcode
private message me if need be
Hey, thanks for your help, but just after posting I found that this is a Wordpress bug, not an issue with my shortcode code. See http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/9264
Julio Potier answers:
what about the CSS ? Can we see it ?
Thank you !
Thanks for your help Julio, but just after posting I found that this is a Wordpress bug, not an issue with my shortcode code. See http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/9264