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comment Adding width and height to wp_get_attachment_image_src
set the height to something like 9999, e.g. add_image_size('two', 180, 9999); that's for proportional/dynamic cropping otherwise adding true after the height integer will give you a hard crop to exact pixel dimensions.
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comment Adding width and height to wp_get_attachment_image_src
You can also specify the size you want returned in the form of an array, so by replacing 'two' with array(100, 100) will return an image size of 100px wide by 100px high. The way it stands, I don't believe that custom image size is applied to the image you are trying to retrieve...
Nov
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comment Adding width and height to wp_get_attachment_image_src
Ok so the array certainly doesn't hold the values you would expect. Can I assume 180x267 is the actual custom width/height you wish to return? Or does your custom 'two' image size have other dimensions?
Nov
15
comment Allowing Yoast SEO plugin to track me
That's exactly what I did, weighed and delivered, in support of your answer so that it may provide an expanded perspective when leaning on trust, as previous performance does not always guarantee future performance. But like I said... its in support of your answer.
Nov
15
comment Allowing Yoast SEO plugin to track me
I don't know if I agree with... ha only kidding. Done.
Nov
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comment Allowing Yoast SEO plugin to track me
@Stephen From a technical standpoint is all that matters when you are collecting statistics to "improve your plugin" for greater good. I own sites where the lower trafficked receive more comments than some of the higher trafficked. So reasonably judging just becomes "guessing" and again, to what end does that benefit the plugin->user relationship? It doesn't. If he is using that to gauge traffic then those metrics are purely speculative and for internal benefit to the developer unless stated otherwise. If you want to guess traffic, start with Alexa.com or Compete.com data.
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comment Allowing Yoast SEO plugin to track me
I'll give you a +1 on that but also add that, power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely and that's what can happen when reputation grows beyond the individual or company at hand. Not saying this is the case for Yoast, I'd think not, but I'd be less inclined to base my decision on trust, instead I would assess the individual metrics and how they align with the product and individual/company and whether or not the provider is FOR profit or NOT for profit because that often drives the intent behind the collection of certain data. Not for ill-purpose per se but for research.
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comment Allowing Yoast SEO plugin to track me
@Stephen Thanks, I'll agree that its a reasonable way to estimate user volume but disagree that its reasonable or even remotely reliable to estimate traffic. Even so, it still doesn't justify the reason why you need those particular metrics because by your count if he's using that as an estimation to somehow improve the plugin then the sheer lack of their accuracy (regarding traffic estimates) would be equivalent to mashing your hands on your keyboard in random succession and saying that too also improves the plugin. Can you shed some light on that in case I'm missing something obvious?
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answered Adding width and height to wp_get_attachment_image_src
Nov
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comment Allowing Yoast SEO plugin to track me
Of course. Tracking is optional and in no way impacts the operation and functionality of the plugin with regards to your site. Tracking stats, or better named "usage stats" is purely for the benefit of the plugin developer as per their stated intentions (or not...) .. @brasofilo Good point, hopefully he chimes in. Suggestion: allow users the option to toggle which statistics they want to provide.
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comment Allowing Yoast SEO plugin to track me
@ChipBennett I sense some witty humor to be read between your lines (?) ;) ...but lack of sleep has me failing to compute, if not, do share your thoughts if you care to do so. I think its right on topic.
Nov
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comment Allowing Yoast SEO plugin to track me
@brasofilo Thanks mate.. Its always worth inspecting. In this case... after doing so, I was thinking why does he need to know about my comments in that manner? And the amount of users my site has? Its interesting because I'm not drawing a correlation between those metrics, SEO and better-development which is the purpose of the tracking statistics in the first place.
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answered Allowing Yoast SEO plugin to track me
Nov
15
comment Wordpress Pagination is not shown
Glad its solved. Now your :( becomes :)