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comment Warning: spl_autoload() [function.spl-autoload] (Term Menu Order)
Regarding the file permission, all permissions for the files under the plugin folder is now set to 755, but the warning remains. Does the problem lie on another part? Or is it a problem caused by the hosting?
Dec
26
comment Warning: spl_autoload() [function.spl-autoload] (Term Menu Order)
Ah yes, I was worried whether this is appropriate to post on Wordpress SE or not... regarding the file permission, all permissions for the files under the plugin folder is now set to 755, but the warning remains. Does the problem lie on another part?
Dec
25
asked Warning: spl_autoload() [function.spl-autoload] (Term Menu Order)
Oct
24
accepted Widgets: Show Recent Posts Only if the Posts Have Both Categories X and Y
Oct
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comment Widgets: Show Recent Posts Only if the Posts Have Both Categories X and Y
Hmm, in the end it gets complicated... and I guess I'd go for a cat instead :s Thanks anyway!
Oct
23
comment Widgets: Show Recent Posts Only if the Posts Have Both Categories X and Y
I have just realized that category__and does not display child categories... I guess this is why using category__and shows nothing, because most of all posts are categorized under 594's children, not the category 594 itself... oddly it did show the children when I was experimenting back then though. :| Now I guess my question changes to... how is it possible to make category__and always includes children?
Oct
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awarded  Critic
Oct
22
comment Widgets: Show Recent Posts Only if the Posts Have Both Categories X and Y
Hmm... with 'category__and' => explode(',', $category_name), it doesn't show anything at all (the whole widget, including the widget title, seems to be gone)... while I tried with 'category__and' => array(explode(',', $category_name)), it shows posts from the Uncategorized category. :s Should this be put on WP_Query (when querying the post) or on other places?
Oct
22
answered Author Link in Recent Posts Widget
Oct
22
asked Widgets: Show Recent Posts Only if the Posts Have Both Categories X and Y
Oct
21
comment How to reorder meta box position?
Possible duplicate? wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/1390/…
Oct
17
comment Recent Comments from Specific Category Widget
Both answers seem to work, but I guess I'd choose this as it's easier for me. Thanks a lot, @MridulAggarwal and @Dipa! :)
Oct
17
accepted Recent Comments from Specific Category Widget
Oct
17
comment Recent Comments from Specific Category Widget
@kaiser yes, I'm sorry! :s I only tried Google when I commented, when I realized I should've search within my files. :s
Oct
17
comment Recent Comments from Specific Category Widget
I'm sorry, but where is comments_clauses located?
Oct
17
asked Recent Comments from Specific Category Widget