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I formatted that code as best I could, and once formatted it is obviously very broken. wp_enqueue_script takes 5 parameters. You have 9. And several of the first five are wrong. I expect that you would see errors if you had debugging enabled. You seem to be trying to enqueue all of your scripts in the same wp_enqueue_script. You can't do that. Perhaps that ...

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As a corollary to @s_ha_dum's answer, you could also register scripts with hierarchically declared dependencies, and then just enqueue your ultimate script. Something like so: function add_my_script() { // Register first script, dependent on jQuery wp_register_script( 'imagesLoaded', get_template_directory_uri() . ...

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You can store the data in the user meta as an array of post-id -> comment count at last visit and then simply count the comments since that date, for example function get_user_comment_count_since_last_visit($user_id ,$post_id){ //only do this for logged in users if ($user_id <= 0 ){ return 0; } /** * get last comment count ... 1 You should use wp_enqueue_script for your javascript files instead of adding the code directly into the post content. ps: You can check out the callbacks on the the_content filter, using add_action('wp_footer',function(){ global$wp_filter; printf('<pre>%s</pre>',print_r( $wp_filter['the_content'],true)); }); to display them ... 1 The CSS is in wp-admin/css/colors-classic.css and wp-admin/css/colors-fresh.css and the min versions of those, including the icons32-2x.png ones. I can see them when I grep the directory. For example, wp-admin/css/colors-classic.css:2162. The images themselves are in wp-admin/images, as you can see from the style rules, but you should not be ... 1 Use wp_localize_script function set_js_var() {$translation_array = array( 'blog_name' => get_bloginfo('name') ); wp_localize_script( 'jquery', 'my_data', $translation_array ); } add_action('wp_enqueue_scripts','set_js_var'); If you look at the source of the page you will see something like: <script type='text/javascript'> /* <![CDATA[ */ ... 1 I'm not sure this is a real answer, but have you tried PHP-markdown-extra (by the very same Michel Fortin)? At least for me (using Mark Jaquith's markdown-on-save plugin) your example is not a problem. But Markdown-extra is not perfect either and I've seen some other quirks with respect to emphasis, e.g. Let$(y_n)_{n\in \omega}$enumerate${ x_i: i \in ...

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The best way to do this is to use wp_localize_script(), it serves exactly the purpose you are mentioning: passing strings to Javascript from PHP. You can do all sorts of interesting things with that: as a rule of thumb, use that when you want PHP to communicate with Javascript. In your case you want something like this: $ritc = array( 'initialize' => ... 1 This is in wp-admin/js/common.js or wp-admin/js/common.min.js: // Scroll into view when focused$('#contextual-help-link, #show-settings-link').on( 'focus.scroll-into-view', function(e){ if ( e.target.scrollIntoView ) e.target.scrollIntoView(false); }); Found with a search for show-settings-link in the complete source. :)

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