1,011 reputation
725
bio website jeremyclarke.org
location Canada
age
visits member for 4 years, 9 months
seen 8 hours ago

A human web developer from Montreal.


May
4
answered user_has_cap filter allows edit but will not allow save
Apr
21
revised Nested Shortcode Inside [caption] Doesn't Process
fix error in commented-out if clause
Apr
21
revised Nested Shortcode Inside [caption] Doesn't Process
fix code with better function name
Apr
21
revised Nested Shortcode Inside [caption] Doesn't Process
fix function definition
Apr
21
comment Nested Shortcode Inside [caption] Doesn't Process
Much better not to use a function that replaces the whole function, since that means your clone doesn't get updated with WP and falls behind (e.g. my old copy made this way didn't have the new filters added in 4.1 that I use in my answer :)
Apr
21
answered Nested Shortcode Inside [caption] Doesn't Process
Apr
21
comment Nested Shortcode Inside [caption] Doesn't Process
This is now overkill because we can use the 'shortcode_atts_caption' filter to directly alter it's attributes during shortcode_atts().
Mar
20
awarded  Curious
Mar
11
awarded  Explainer
Dec
3
comment Stop spam users from registering without disabling user registration?
NM, found it and added my own answer :)
Dec
3
answered Stop spam users from registering without disabling user registration?
Dec
3
comment Stop spam users from registering without disabling user registration?
Good answer because it leaves real people able to register if they stumble across your form for some reason but will block most bots.
Dec
3
comment Stop spam users from registering without disabling user registration?
John I downvoted this not because it's unhelpful, but because it doesn't answer the question, which is asking for a solution that doesn't involve disabling registration (not sure if the title was changed, but I came in with a similar problem and was similarly unhelped by your answer). <3
Dec
3
comment Stop spam users from registering without disabling user registration?
Nice Shawn :) In my case my logs are full of this: GET /wp-login.php?action=register, which seems to lead to the same place (wp-login.php?registration=disabled). Do you know the htaccess to block action=register?
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
3
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
13
awarded  Yearling
Aug
13
comment User capability per post
This is really two questions, you should separate them into two posts for clarity and so that the best answer for each can be clear.
Apr
30
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
29
awarded  Excavator