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My weapons of choice are Netscape 2.01, HTML, CSS, PHP and the Gif Construction Kit.


Dec
5
comment How to Protect Uploads, if User is not Logged In?
@OttoNascarella: Partial Content requests to PHP have been solved as of today, this is independent to this wordpress question. Infact, the question is pretty old already: Resumable downloads when using PHP to send the file?
Feb
17
comment How to Protect Uploads, if User is not Logged In?
@Ryan S: You're editing the wrong file. Also please don't cry for help, instead contact professional support. Thanks.
Dec
16
comment What issues would you face if you use Nginx
Well the first is a problem with the Wordpress software itself, the second is due to inattention probably.
Dec
16
comment What issues would you face if you use Nginx
It's not about smarter, it's what you want to follow: Just standard English grammar, or vendor sprak. That's basically all. Following vendor sprak leads technically to typos. That's all that I was saying.
Dec
16
comment What issues would you face if you use Nginx
Well, I don't know you, but generally I would say it's not wrong to use English language properly. That's nothing wrong. Everything else might be wanted by Mark Mullenweg (as of he dreams of and that's fine), however I'm not under dictate by him telling me what is wrong or right. So thanks, I'm okay with using my brain myself, you don't need to invest more time to "correct" things here.
Dec
16
comment What issues would you face if you use Nginx
See, this is the difference between using a noun or repeating the marketing of some vendor. And for the proper way to spell it, ask your English teacher/tutor first probably if you're looking for a second opinion. And about the trademark, I suggest you take a look into the trademark database first, which marks have been registered exactly... .
Dec
16
comment What issues would you face if you use Nginx
@Krzysiek Dróżdż: You added typos, but you didn't fix them. Names in English have uppercase only on the first letter. Everything else is doing vendor marketing which is not professional in technical writing.
Sep
17
comment Do Child-Themes automatically load the Translation from the Parent-Theme?
@G.M.: Oh that's interesting feedback you note here. Maybe my answer so far does not show the whole story. I now added the file-locations to make it more clear where my mistake/error was, that probably helps to compare things.
Sep
11
comment Wordpress Git Workflow Help
If Toms script doesn't work, there is a full feature Serialized parser in PHP userland available called Serialized.
Aug
27
comment WordPress TinyMCE Add Button To The Full Screen Mode Editor
Better suited for wordpress.stackexchange. I flagged for moderator attention, you should see this question get moved.
Aug
20
comment Getting a specific value out of array using get_attached_media
It's already answered below, that is the ID of the post. Most things have got an ID due to the relational database system running in the background. guids came later and should identify in more open systems like across multiple, independet databases.
Aug
19
comment Getting a specific value out of array using get_attached_media
You normally access this way: $array[172]->guid - this is standard PHP. A more lengthy explanation (next to the PHP manual) is here: Able to see a variable in print_r()'s output, but not sure how to access it in code
Aug
19
comment Get meta_id along with meta_key and meta_value
I come to a similar conclusion in my answer: wordpress.stackexchange.com/a/110780/178
Aug
18
comment Database Update Required - Update from command-line
I did this with curl, it eventually will also work by executing the file on the commandline directly, just fiddling with this. But so far +1 curl looks good. But as you write, some restrictions apply.
Aug
14
comment Img Src File path issue
You can also adopt the relative paths. In the end, the browser will create an absolute link out of it anyway. The most important thing is that the browser created absolute link is correct. Knowing how the browser constructs that link is important, the rules are in 5. Reference Resolution (RFC 3986 - Uniform Resource Identifier (URI): Generic Syntax). I'd say it's worth to know about when you're creating HTML.
Aug
14
comment Img Src File path issue
Read about relative and absolute links. The concept is common and if you create HTML content, you should know about this. You then can use each as you see fit, but first you need to understand how it work. The URL in the CSS file for example is always relative to the CSS file location. The SRC link is always relative to the location of the requested HTML, so it can vary if you use the HTML in different locations.
Aug
6
comment Theme Check gives: Required: This theme doesn't seem to display tags?
Please add the error message as text (like you did in the title) as this is more compatible with text search for future users. Just keep it in mind for your future questions, I edited yours now.
Aug
2
comment Submiting custom form give error 404
@Marcos: Not in your question here. Also there are more reserved names, as you didn't check for that one, it's sometimes likely you've done the same error elsewhere as well (that's just a trick in trouble-shooting I'm trying to tell here, I don't know if that is your issue nor want I say that you didn't do that).
Jul
7
comment “Error parsing the WSDL file:” Web service plugin in Wordpress
You are using a wrong URI to access the WSDL, the pattern is http://example.com/blog/index.php/wpws and not http://example.com/blog/index.php?/wpws/?wsdl.
May
27
comment Wordpress blog not loading articles
You are most likely irritating Wordpress as it has not been designed for such a use. Please consult Codex how you install Wordpress commonly. Also this smells more like a support question than a concrete programming question. I suggest you contact the vendor for your support options.