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comment Show wordpress locally in xammp and in iPhone via ip
ahh I see. So does wordpress use a constant when getting resources via url, rather than looking in the database for the path? So it does it once and stores it in a constant?
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comment Show wordpress locally in xammp and in iPhone via ip
@Waldermort, the paths are hardcoded by default in Wordpress
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comment Show wordpress locally in xammp and in iPhone via ip
that works great. What exactly is it doing though?
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comment Show wordpress locally in xammp and in iPhone via ip
I don't want it to work on one and not the other, I want to view the site on my mac and my iPhone.
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comment How can I access the “description” of a menu item?
thanks, I updated my question to show that I want all pages to store the alt text in excerpt
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revised How can I access the “description” of a menu item?
added 1993 characters in body
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comment How can I access the “description” of a menu item?
@toscho As it turns out I need to use the excerpt this now. Could you take a look at this question please?
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comment How can I access the “description” of a menu item?
thank you. I don't really understand how it works but it does so thanks!
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comment How can I access the “description” of a menu item?
because I need to use it in the menu as well, when wp_nav_menu is called. I have a custom walker.
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accepted How to call either page name as the nav link or navigation title?
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