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I'm a Freelance Web Developer from Chennai, India. Mostly working on WordPress Themes and Plugins.

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Nov
21
comment Tricky URL rewrite with custom values in url
Finally found the issue, it was the browser cache that kept redirecting to the url with query string.
Nov
20
comment Tricky URL rewrite with custom values in url
Quite strange, I changed theme to TwentyEleven and tried still the url changes from http://mysite.com/image/wpusername/001 to http://mysite.com/image/?iuser=wpusername&iname=001 (I did copied the custom template to TwentyEleven directory)
Nov
20
comment Tricky URL rewrite with custom values in url
When you check does the url remains same ??
Nov
20
comment Tricky URL rewrite with custom values in url
yes image is the page with custom template set.
Nov
20
comment Tricky URL rewrite with custom values in url
There is similar question wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/25241/… but couldn't see working answer in that as well.
Nov
20
comment Tricky URL rewrite with custom values in url
yes I did removed the rules from .htaccess, only default WordPress rules are there. Also flushed rewrites again.
Nov
20
comment Tricky URL rewrite with custom values in url
thanks a lot for answer. Your code works but the only issue is when I go to the url http://mysite.com/image/wpusername/001 it redirects to http://mysite.com/image?iuser=wpusername&iname=001. Instead I want the url SEO friendly and unchanged. (Note I changed pagename to image itself instead of custompage)
Nov
20
comment Tricky URL rewrite with custom values in url
@MarioPeshev thanks for comment. Looks like even if I use the template_include hook the url may not remain same. The Rewrite API is working but the url changes to http://mysite.com/custompage/?iuser=myuser&iname=001 instead i want it to remain http://mysite.com/custompage/myuser/001
Nov
20
comment Tricky URL rewrite with custom values in url
@MarioPeshev tried Rewrite API but i guess i'm missing something.
Nov
20
comment Tricky URL rewrite with custom values in url
I tried adding $newrules['image/([^/]+)/?([0-9]{1,})/?$'] = 'index.php?post_type=page&p=564&iuser=$matches[1]&iname=$matches[2]'; to rewrite_rules_array using filter. But ends up getting Memory allocation error.
Jun
23
comment W3 Total Cache active but not working (solved)
Thanks. I did read that and switched back to Basic mode.
Jun
16
comment How to use wp_nav_menu to create a select menu dropdown?
Does the walker work?? It doesn't show dropdown box with default theme
Jun
16
comment Custom nav menu not showing
The walker menu doesn't seem to be working. I'm checking to find problem...
Jun
6
comment Comment Author Name In Reply Form
Can you give your blog url ??
Jun
6
comment Comment Author Name In Reply Form
Added replacement function for cftf_javascript in answer based on your html. Check it out.
Jun
6
comment Comment Author Name In Reply Form
You dont have to put that in your code. I'm asking you to give yours. Just open any of the single page and in the html source you can find something similar to that. I want to have look at the element with the id #reply-title or the one you use.
Jun
6
comment Comment Author Name In Reply Form
Provide the HTML of the response title. eg <h3 id="reply-title">Leave a Reply <small><a rel="nofollow" id="cancel-comment-reply-link" href="/public/sosiale/?p=18#respond" style="display:none;">Cancel reply</a></small></h3>
Jun
6
comment Comment Author Name In Reply Form
Well "Unfortunately didn't work..." is different from "Unfortunately didn't work with my theme..."
Jun
6
comment Comment Author Name In Reply Form
Update #reply-title and #cancel-comment-reply-link based on your theme element ids.
Jun
6
comment Comment Author Name In Reply Form
So, you didn't read the answer properly. No wonder that it didn't work.