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Matt is the Director of Interactive Media at Contexture International, a media agency in Irvine, Ca. Programming languages include (in no particular order) PHP, Java, Objective C, C++, C#, and Javascript.

Matt is a huge proponent of WordPress and regularly contributes to the WordPress community. He is the author of several popular themes and plugins, and has made substantial contributions to the official WordPress Codex.


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comment Allow visitors to search by multiple tags (specific IDs)
Right. The patch has already been accepted, so it's slated for 4.4, which is due by the end of the year (November or December).
Aug
24
comment Allow visitors to search by multiple tags (specific IDs)
Jeremia, I've submitted a patch to WordPress core. If you found my answer helpful, please mark it as correct. You can find my patch submission on the official WordPress issue tracker here: core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/33532
Aug
24
comment Allow visitors to search by multiple tags (specific IDs)
No, I've confirmed it. The patch works with custom taxonomies, but WordPress core still gives tags and categories special treatment, and it looks like I'll have to submit a patch that fixes multiple other areas to get tags and categories behaving the same. FYI, chances are, this fix won't make release until WordPress 4.4.
Aug
21
comment Allow visitors to search by multiple tags (specific IDs)
Damn, I wrote the patch for that in 4.3, so that means I may have missed something.
Aug
20
comment Allow visitors to search by multiple tags (specific IDs)
Glad to hear it, Jeremia! Have you updated to WordPress 4.3 yet? It's only a couple days old, but previous versions are unable to parse taxonomy term arrays in the querystring (they expect a csv list, which isn't directly compatible with HTML forms). Leaving out the [] will mean WordPress will only filter the last checked value instead of all of them.
Aug
20
comment Allow visitors to search by multiple tags (specific IDs)
I expanded the answer with a much more detailed explanation.
Aug
20
revised Allow visitors to search by multiple tags (specific IDs)
much more detailed explanation
Aug
20
comment Allow visitors to search by multiple tags (specific IDs)
Actually, you can remove it entirely. If your querystring is properly formatted, WordPress will filter the search results by the provided terms automatically. That's probably why you're getting nothing.
Aug
20
revised Allow visitors to search by multiple tags (specific IDs)
added 1 character in body
Aug
20
answered Allow visitors to search by multiple tags (specific IDs)
Aug
20
comment Page not showing after add a function on child theme
That depends entirely on your host. Look for options like "Opcache", "Pagespeed", or even a "CDN". If you have a WordPress caching plugin installed (like W3 Total Cache or WP Supercache), delete those plugins and check your .htaccess file for rewrites (and remove them, if necessary). Failing that, double-check that the functions.php that the server is using is the same as the one you posted. If no caching is going on, then your server is likely still using the old version.
Aug
20
comment is_front_page() malfunction?
I've actually heard of this happening before on WPMU. Try deactivating your theme and reactivating it.
Aug
20
comment Page not showing after add a function on child theme
Also, your server may have SERVER-SIDE caching enabled, in which case switching browsers will do nothing as the server is sending the same cached error message every time. You should check if you are using server caching and either disable it or refresh the cache.
Aug
20
comment Page not showing after add a function on child theme
Can you post the contents of /themes/modern-studio-pro/functions.php to pastebin (or another code sharing tool of your choice)? Alternatively, please post what you find at line 198 +/- about 10 lines.
Aug
20
revised hide tab when it empty ( advance custom filed )
properly formatted code sample
Aug
20
suggested approved edit on hide tab when it empty ( advance custom filed )
Aug
20
comment Page not showing after add a function on child theme
Are you getting a different message? Is so, please post it. If not, then you still have the same problem and a permissions issue may be preventing the file from saving, or your error has been cached by the server or your browser (disable caching on both and see if that fixed the problem).
Aug
20
answered Page not showing after add a function on child theme
Aug
19
answered WP mobile nav menu will not work
Aug
19
comment Cart only updates every second page load. What am I missing?
Sounds like a common programming priority issue. Chances are the cart is updated on the first load, but updates too late to display… which is why it only shows up on the second load. Try using an earlier hook when you update the cart.