I'm a relative newcomer to WP. I've been playing around for the past 3 months or so trying out themes, plugins etc. About a month ago I got to the point where I turned debug on and I started seeing ...
I am running the really-simple-facebook-twitter-share-buttons. I have placed the below code on my site as the plug in recommends, which is: <div class="share"><?php echo ...
I've got a custom post type with a standard tag taxonomy added to it like so: 'taxonomies' => array('post_tag'). I've added some tags to some posts of this CPT which are display on the front-end ...
When I program a theme, I put WP-DEBUG on. Which ensure a proper PHP code. Sadly most Plugin developers keeps using non existing vars : echo $args['title']; Notice: Undefined index: title in ...
I have a form in a page template that allows users to submit posts into a custom post type from the front-end: $post = array( 'post_status' => 'draft', 'post_type' => 'stories', ...
If WP_DEBUG is not set, as I understand it, you should never ever see warnings. But on some sites on some servers, I'm still seeing a few. Not all the warnings that would be displayed if WP_DEBUG was ...