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Webworker by passion, works with priority in WordPress, developing plugins, themes and solutions.

Frank writes in German language on his private blog bueltge.de and in English language on WP Engineer. He is author of two books for WordPress and a Video Tutorial for WordPress.

Also you can book me and a great team via Inpsyde.com. More hints and source you can find via GitHub, my playground for Web development.


Feb
12
comment How can I speed up my WP admin section?
You can also geht useful Informationen via the Plugin Debug Objects to see, which queries, functions was fired and how long run she. Also from which function, plugin comes the query.
Feb
8
comment adding a new media modal
Not a solution from my side, but the hint to search here on WPSE and find this repository with a lot of examples.
Feb
8
comment Php warning /wp-includes/capabilities.php on line 672 [WP 4.1]
Switch the install to the default, no plugins, default theme and find the problem from custom source. But I think is a problem on register a custom post type, maybe you have this inside the installation. The register of custom post type needs capabilities and maybe is not right parameters, that this bug of the core create the note.
Feb
8
reviewed Approve Apply class to every paragraph that holds image?
Feb
7
comment Remove action working on functions.php but not in a plugin. Why?
The hook is depending from the hook, there was used from the source, there you will remove.
Feb
7
answered Remove action working on functions.php but not in a plugin. Why?
Feb
5
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
13
comment Always use <figure> for post images
+1 thanks a lot.
Jan
13
comment Always use <figure> for post images
@birgire Welcome. Maybe you will add this to your answer, is much more readable. Source inside the comments is bad to read.
Jan
12
comment Always use <figure> for post images
If you will use this also for old Posts, then use the filter of content. But as hint, this a performance break. This source filter the content and change the images in the figure tag. // unautop for images function fb_unautop_4_img( $content ) { $content = preg_replace( '/<p>\\s*?(<a rel=\"attachment.*?><img.*?><\\/a>|<img.*?>)?\\s*<\\/p>/s', '<figure>$1</figure>', $content ); return $content; } add_filter( 'the_content', 'fb_unautop_4_img', 99 );
Jan
9
comment Uploading images: 'ø' get replaced with 'ø'
Right. WordPress replace only a small list from strings. If your language have different strings, then is a Dropin or plugin helpful, that replace the strings on upload. Use the filter hook sanitize_file_name. See this Dropin as example github.com/bueltge/de_DE.php/blob/master/de_DE.php
Jan
7
comment Remove quicktag buttons but not Visual / Text editor and tabs
Yes, I have understand this. But in the class of my second comment can you find the hooks and functions to remove the quicktags.
Jan
6
comment Remove quicktag buttons but not Visual / Text editor and tabs
Sorry, I pressed enter to early on my mobile. You find also the example, the solution for doing this inside this class of the plugin f custom source, see github.com/bueltge/AddQuicktag/blob/master/inc/…
Jan
6
comment Remove quicktag buttons but not Visual / Text editor and tabs
The plugin AddQuicktag give you this possibility with help a settings page, see github.com/bueltge/AddQuicktag
Jan
6
comment The 'default' attribute from $wp_customize->add_setting() method not in db?
You can only set the values for get_theme_mod() with help of set_theme_mod() or you create a function on setup the theme, that you write the values in the database, if not exist. But this is not really fine. The values are not helpful in the database and it costs performance.
Jan
6
comment The 'default' attribute from $wp_customize->add_setting() method not in db?
get_theme_mod() is a simpler alternative to the settings API when there is a need to handle basic theme-specific settings, that you use via the customizer and you can set values for this function with set_theme_mod().
Jan
6
reviewed Approve views tag wiki
Jan
6
reviewed Approve views tag wiki excerpt
Jan
6
comment The 'default' attribute from $wp_customize->add_setting() method not in db?
Right, the default value was not saved in the database. The method $wp_customize->get_setting() get this default value, if is no value inside the database. Important is, that you register the key for your value via customize_register.
Jan
1
comment Remove wp-caption but still show the image
do_shortcode() is helpful, if you like it, that the shortcodes inside the content works after remove caption --> +1 for this answer.