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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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Dec
20
comment How to get image name, mime type, width, height, file size from post custom field?
The question is not about how to get custom fields data but rather getting data about the image.
Dec
20
reviewed No Action Needed How to define a term for custom taxonomy
Nov
28
comment How do you allow plugins to be updated using the GUI without breaking your subversion repository?
Like Otto says production vs. dev/testing management, I handle everything via repo. I walk along the line of having the whole app in repo, so that repo's checkout is actually capable of running off the install. I don't upgrade things from WP admin side (I disable the power if needed), and things work just perfect with GIT. Never ran into an issue with this, cuz it becomes equivalent of uploading files manually, and everything fires correctly.
Nov
27
revised How do you allow plugins to be updated using the GUI without breaking your subversion repository?
added info
Nov
27
comment How do you allow plugins to be updated using the GUI without breaking your subversion repository?
Gotcha! It works well with GIT since there is only a single .git folder in repo root. And yes "Production" in meant to be run by a repo checkout for ease.
Nov
27
comment How do you allow plugins to be updated using the GUI without breaking your subversion repository?
@TomAuger So much for being a developer & just saying "doesn't work" instead of actually stating the issue.
Nov
27
comment How do you allow plugins to be updated using the GUI without breaking your subversion repository?
@TomAuger I work with the above mentioned process all the time and it WORKS!
Nov
9
awarded  Yearling
Nov
7
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
24
comment Control Custom Post Type template from a plugin
@StephenHarris Kicking in the filter only when needed makes more sense to me here, and I find this a lot cleaner. Consider if you have lot of stuff going on, it would be better to just have a function which kicks in or kicks out certain things all from one place. And this also makes sure if a certain content is processed a large no of times, it doesn't go under the filter call just to check if it should do anything or not. A bit of performance gain too. And you can reuse filters in a better way this way, because filter just filters, and not judge conditions :)
Oct
24
accepted Disable WordPress cache programmatically on a request
Oct
24
answered Disable WordPress cache programmatically on a request
Oct
6
comment WordPress failure when logging out
I upvoted it earlier because your answer explains thing a bit but it didn't solve the issue at that time, so didn't accept it.
Oct
4
comment Disable WordPress cache programmatically on a request
I am working on a mobile theme plugin, so need to make sure that it gets served directly, without affecting the main site. This seems like the way out unless both plugins support caching mobile pages in someway?
Oct
4
asked Disable WordPress cache programmatically on a request
Aug
4
awarded  Excavator
Aug
4
revised Turn Off Auto Update for Single Plugin
removed unnecessary code
Aug
4
suggested suggested edit on Turn Off Auto Update for Single Plugin
Aug
2
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
30
comment Custom headers for the WordPress plugin directory
Here it is: make.wordpress.org/core/2012/07/04/fun-with-high-dpi-displays