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Apr
27
comment Use wp-load() and wp_head() to render a page's header outside of WordPress
This is a second solution :)
Apr
27
comment Can we use a variable hook for language string?
No problem. I think it is better to have the other answer accepted, as my solution can cause problems if you do not know exactly what you are doing.
Apr
27
answered Can we use a variable hook for language string?
Apr
27
comment Is there a way to check PHP version on the hosting pre plugin activation?
This question is a duplicate, please check this answer for your problem :)
Apr
27
reviewed Approve How to remove the WordPress logo from login and register page?
Apr
27
answered How to remove the WordPress logo from login and register page?
Apr
27
answered Ignore sticky posts if post is not in meta query
Apr
25
comment Use wp-load() and wp_head() to render a page's header outside of WordPress
I added another solution. If this one does not work for you, I need you to explain your setup in detail (URLs, Template structure etc.) to make this work.
Apr
25
answered Use wp-load() and wp_head() to render a page's header outside of WordPress
Apr
24
answered Use wp-load() and wp_head() to render a page's header outside of WordPress
Apr
24
comment Where do I store custom functions that call custom page template files?
Yes, that is correct. You should read into Child Themes and Plugin Development here - this would be a good starting point to show you the direction how you can alter WordPress.
Apr
24
comment Where do I store custom functions that call custom page template files?
No, you just copy and paste it in your functions.php, and you are good to go. Maybe you will have to adjust the paths.
Apr
24
answered Where do I store custom functions that call custom page template files?
Mar
10
answered How can insert JQuery in Wordpress?
Feb
23
reviewed Approve wp_redirect() - headers already sent
Jan
14
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
3
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
26
revised How exactly do automatic updates work?
Edited wrong/misleading information.
Nov
21
comment How exactly do automatic updates work?
@otto - the information was not that your site is pinged by wp.org, but the update is initiated if wp.org tells your site that you will receive the update. By searching for updates (automatically) at wp.org they know your site wants one, and decide when this process starts. It was a little unclear, you are right, so thanks for the clarification :)
Nov
21
awarded  Nice Answer