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bio website martin-gardner.co.uk
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Scottish Web Developer.

PHP. ASP. MYSQL. Motorbikes. Quads.

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answered Including Angle Brackets In Pre Sections
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Oct
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answered Split content into multiple columns using more tag?
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comment Custom rewrite rule is not picked by Wordpress
Thats excellent :) well done, now onto the next feature/problem :P
Oct
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comment Custom rewrite rule is not picked by Wordpress
when you add this code, are you flushing your permalinks? ie, go to settings->permalinks and change them a few times, then after 3 changes, set it back to postname, and save, then try again, Ive seen this happen a few times.
Oct
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comment Custom rewrite rule is not picked by Wordpress
I dont sorry. have you tested to see if 1 param is working, ie: take out the 2nd param, and test that, once thats working Id try to get the 2nd working. Marty
Oct
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comment Custom rewrite rule is not picked by Wordpress
yes, destination is the top level page, state & state_destination are the queries used on this page, so if you use a custom template on the page='destination' write a small piece of code to check and see if its being picked up.. ie: visit yoursite.com/destination/?state=whatever&state_destination=somethingelse you should (if your permalinks are set to /%postname%/) see your url change to /destination/state/state-destination/ then in your code use something like: if(isset($_GET('state')){ echo $_GET['state']; } this should print out the query var passed to that page.
Oct
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answered Custom rewrite rule is not picked by Wordpress
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answered wordpress - add a custom admin section with fields for name, address, city,state, and photo upload
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answered Display latest post from Wordpress Featured Category that is also in X,Y,or Z categories
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