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There are tons of questions about using Ajax, so your question could be easily marked as duplicated but I see so BIG mistakes that I can't say to you that the question is duplicated without explaining your mistakes. The Ajax in Wordpress is handled in admin-ajax.php file, wehre you correctly sent the ajax request (see the url parameter of the Ajax call). ...


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That isn't a WordPress theme -- it's a theme for Question2Answer, which is a totally different project.


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I think that your simplest option would be to update your installation using the localized version of WordPress for your native language (and making sure that WPLANG remains set accordingly), and then to use a plugin such as: English WordPress Admin Admin in English, or WP Native Dashboard ... in order to switch just the admin interface to English.


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Generaly using admin panel you can remove side bar widget go to Apperance=>widgets in that you wil see the name Main sidebar name in that box you will have the sidebar click and drag through left side or click and delete it. This is based for all the themes check it let you know for any doubts.


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In those themes there's a screenshot.png or screenshot.jpg that gets used. I would recommend using an 880x660px image ( for the aspect ratio, and for retina displays )


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Well I think I seem to be doing what I was intending too. Thanks @Milo for pointing me in the right direction! As You can see below I used the get_page_template_slug(); and str_replace() to filter through the templates used per page. Can someone Verify that this is a viable option? $args = array ( 'post_type' => 'page', ...


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Without getting your hands too dirty, a lot of themes come with a CSS editor built-in so you overwrite rules. Feel free to do this for simple changes, and just be wary that your changes could get overwritten if you decide to update your theme in the future. However, if you feel comfortable going deeper, you can FTP your own CSS file with changes. This is a ...


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Constants can not be redefined that easily. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8465155/redefine-constants-in-php So, the constants from child themes will be used instead of parents one. Though, there will be a warning, but that shouldn't create any problem if you disable warning. You should add constants like this if you don't want any warning: if ( ...



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