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Lead Web and Database Developer @ http://subsplash.com

Outside consultant for SQL, Javascript, jQuery, MongoDB & mobile web projects.

Founder of Learn Mongo, http://learnmongo.com


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accepted Are There Any Plans for Wordpress to Support Databases Other Than MySQL?
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comment Are There Any Plans for Wordpress to Support Databases Other Than MySQL?
Thanks for the info on PDO (SQLite) For WordPress, looks interesting.
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comment Are There Any Plans for Wordpress to Support Databases Other Than MySQL?
Thanks for the detailed response. The SQL Server news is quite interesting ... the main reason I even ask is because in an environment that run SQL Server (or MongoDB, for example) when all the rest of our data ... intranet, users, cms, etc, etc, are SQL Server it makes the fact that Wordpress only supports MySQL very limiting (for example it's difficult to sync or users, or share templates, etc,) Having the back-end data stored in SQL Server would open up a huge host of options for us.!
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comment Make WordPress WYSIWYG not strip out iframe's
This really applies to my question, no "hacking" required. While stilling needing to use the HTML view ... Thanks.
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comment Make WordPress WYSIWYG not strip out iframe's
I'll take a look, thanks.
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comment Make WordPress WYSIWYG not strip out iframe's
@Jan, Holding out hope there is someone that knows something we don't know ... If not, thanks. Seems odd that it's a sec hole only on the visual part, not the HTML? I understand it is easier to slip things under people's noses in visual mode ... But still.
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comment Make WordPress WYSIWYG not strip out iframe's
To clarify a little more, I'd rather not have to hack up some PHP to do it (I'd likely forget about, upgrade and break stuff) ... if it's a settings thing (even if that IS in PHP) or something I can do by say, wrapping a bit of code around my iframe that'd work too. At this point I'm likely going to just use some javascript to do it, but that seems messy.
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