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After searching for a simple solution many times i decided to find something that works! so... after thinking about it i found a great way to override caching while developing new websites... (and its easy). What we need is to tell wp this is a new CSS version like this... Before changes: wp_enqueue_style( 'maincss', get_template_directory_uri() ...


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You get as much control as any other plugin. if you need some code to be executed before any other you can't just include it in the theme and you will need the user to manually install it. Those files are reffered to "dropin plugins" and that is the best documentation I could find http://wpengineer.com/2500/wordpress-dropins/ (shame on the codex for not ...


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You might have tried to use their file manager with Google Chrome, as it allows you to upload folders as well as files using a drag and drop method.


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I discovered some useful resources about GoDaddy hosting and its malware screening: The files in question were uploaded to the GoDaddy server, but they were deleted by GoDaddy without a Failed Upload notification. Here is what comes up in FileZilla Command: STOR class-wc-download-handler.php Response: 150 Accepted data connection Response: 226-File ...


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This is common issue when migrating from one host to another. You have those errors because path to include file is not correct (path do not exist on new host). Maybe you used absolute paths to files on old host, now, on new host path is different and that is why you have those errors . OR, those files are not moved correctly from old host to new host. What ...


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Turn off your cache, and the variables should work as expected. Caching saves copies of your output and doesn't execute the code every time the page loads. As a result, server variables might contain information form a past page load as opposed to a current page load.


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You could just write your own query, too. That way, it's one query per category: global $wpdb; $query = ' SELECT wpp1.* FROM ' . $wpdb->posts . ' AS wpp1 LEFT JOIN ' . $wpdb->term_relationships . ' AS wptr1 ON wptr1.object_id = wpp1.ID WHERE post_type = %s AND post_status = %s AND wptr1.term_taxonomy_id = %d ORDER BY wpp1.post_date DESC LIMIT %d '; ...



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