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Developer + Entrepreneur + Opensource fanatic!

Working as Dragon Monk for AnattaDesign. We tackle user experience problems by creating products that fix them. We created Awesome Checkout and My Abandoned Carts.

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Feb
8
comment Email stats at Ma.tt contact form
I don't think the graphs are still there. I never saw them. I was talking about the stats, like how many unread mails and so. I think the stats are fetched from the mailbox and not by updating values on WordPress side on events (we would still need to fetch the unread mail count). My question was close to like if anyone knows about a script with which we can connect to mailbox and build up those stats. But I think it can be easily done now that I have came across php_imap().
Feb
7
awarded  Supporter
Feb
7
awarded  Teacher
Feb
7
answered Override the default number of posts to show for a single loop?
Feb
4
revised Hook to See if Comment got a Reply?
correction
Feb
4
suggested approved edit on Hook to See if Comment got a Reply?
Feb
3
accepted Comment Reply javascript
Feb
3
comment Comment Reply javascript
This seems to be the most logical answer if someone come searching for the same problem, so I am marking this as the answer.
Feb
3
revised Comment Reply javascript
issue resolved
Feb
3
comment Comment Reply javascript
Small issue remains that 'Cancel reply' link doesn't appear when I am using comment_form() and I am not filtering it out.
Feb
3
comment Comment Reply javascript
Small issue remains that 'Cancel reply' link doesn't appear when I am using comment_form() and I am not filtering it out.
Feb
3
comment Comment Reply javascript
Small issue remains that 'Cancel reply' link doesn't appear when I am using comment_form() and I am not filtering it out.
Feb
3
revised Comment Reply javascript
small issue remains
Feb
3
comment Comment Reply javascript
No I want the default Twentyten functionality. Comment form jumps up to the comment we are replying. Right now this doesn't happen & page reloads
Feb
3
awarded  Editor
Feb
3
revised Comment Reply javascript
explained the issue better
Feb
3
comment Comment Reply javascript
No I am using the WordPress comment reply script
Feb
3
awarded  Commentator
Feb
3
comment Comment Reply javascript
Yes Otto I totally understand the benefits of using comment_form() but in this case I must fix this up as it is as its someone else mess and I am not up for a cleanup. I checked the textarea does have id="comment" & the comment form is wrapped up in DIV id="respond" but it still doesn't move up on clicking the reply button & the page reloads
Feb
3
comment Comment Reply javascript
Yes I agree but I am just fixing this up for a client so can't clean up the mess.