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Jan
19
accepted Different fields available for different sites when when customising Menu's
Jan
19
comment Different fields available for different sites when when customising Menu's
Thanks for the answer, that was indeed correct. I have no idea when I selected those options for Site A, but guess I must have done so at some point!
Jan
18
comment Different fields available for different sites when when customising Menu's
What code would you like? I have no custom customisation settings, and the only menu location that is registered via functions.phone is 'Primary'.
Jan
18
comment Different fields available for different sites when when customising Menu's
Thanks for the response, I'll have a look when I get back to the office. I don't recall ever visiting Appearance -> Menu's though, I prefer to do it all from the Customiser.
Jan
18
asked Different fields available for different sites when when customising Menu's
Jan
14
comment Add customiser controls directly to a panel
@MarkKaplun - The clients expect to find it there because that's where they asked for it to go. This site is not going to be for public consumption, those who will administer it have instructed me to set it up how they want. There is one thing I don't know how to do (this question), so all I am looking to do is make my clients happy.
Jan
14
comment Add customiser controls directly to a panel
@MarkKaplun - It's hardly a bad user experience; all configuration in one place. And something a good developer always does is listen to the client, so when I'm asked to ensure that all configuration is available through the customiser (despite me explaining best practice), it's something that I do. The beauty of being human is that we're all different; just because it's not the way you or I would do things, it doesn't mean that it's necessarily incorrect.
Jan
14
comment Add customiser controls directly to a panel
I know that and you know that, but users ask "why are the options in two different places?" This is a fairly small install, so with neatly arranged controls it won't overload the panel and won't result in the loss of ease-of-use.
Jan
14
asked Add customiser controls directly to a panel
Jan
8
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
23
comment How to add JavaScript file using wp_enqueue_scripts?
Lol, someone has just seen fit to vote this answer down, yet they don't have the good grace to say why they feel it deserves a down vote.
Dec
21
comment Filter by custom field in custom post type on admin page
Nice, I was feeling lazy so suggested he ask an addition question ;)
Dec
21
comment Filter by custom field in custom post type on admin page
As additional thought - if you wish, you can make the Name in to link within your List Table, meaning that you can filter a Competition by clicking on the name, rather than having a dropdown.
Dec
21
answered Filter by custom field in custom post type on admin page
Dec
21
comment Filter by custom field in custom post type on admin page
You can make use of the restrict_manage_posts action hook to add additional dropdown boxes. Don't forget that you'd also have to add some logic for the filter though, as WP won't know what to do with it out of the box (unlike taxonomy dropdown lists, which it can automatically handle).
Dec
18
revised New page does not get a menu_order
Added a detailed explaination
Dec
18
comment New page does not get a menu_order
No, those are navigation menus (see the Function Reference for wp_nav_menu()). You need to edit the menu_order of your Page (see my update).
Dec
17
answered New page does not get a menu_order
Dec
17
comment New page does not get a menu_order
The default menu_order for any new Post is 0, so unless you either set the order manually for each Post, or have some code in play to hook wp_insert_post_data, the results you describe should be expected.
Dec
17
revised Customiser suppressing form submissions
Added some JS