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bio website radleygh.com
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I'm a web developer for Limelight Department. I work with your typical web-based languages including: PHP, MySQL and jQuery. I prefer to build websites with WordPress, but have also created websites from scratch, sometimes with custom content management solutions.

I've also worked with many third party API's, typically using PHP and cURL to transport JSON requests. Some of these API's I am familiar with are: Facebook, PayPal, Authorize.Net, Paytronix and Mailchimp.

I am very experienced with WordPress and plugin development, although my plugins are currently for private use. You won't find any on WordPress.org (yet). Not because I can't or don't want to release plugins there, I just prefer to keep developments for our clients closed-source. They are usually very specific and are not regularly updated.

However I can proudly say that my plugins are usually better quality, more user-friendly, and more reliable than you would find on wordpress.org. Not all the time, but usually!


Jun
18
comment WordPress Custom Menu Admin helper plugin
Not sure why my code didn't work for you. Anyway, the proper way would be to use the action admin_enqueue_scripts and then insert a .css file using wp_enqueue_style. That way you can keep your CSS separate from your PHP and it can also be cached by the browser. Good luck!
Jun
18
answered woocommerce with custom post type
Jun
18
answered WordPress Custom Menu Admin helper plugin
Feb
18
comment Is there a way to make a pure vanila page of just HTML/CSS/JS
@AndrewBartel Enqueueing the script in this case is not a good idea. These are HTML/CSS/JS files - which implies PHP won't be used (except for the comment on top). This means no wp_header() or wp_footer(), and no enqueued scripts.
Oct
21
revised How to override woocommerce.css?
added 4 characters in body
Oct
21
answered How to override woocommerce.css?
Oct
14
comment wp_head is too slow
Try adding echo $tag: to the plugin.php file that you mentioned, temporarily. Run the page and see if there is an action that is running an abnormal amount of times (200+). Or add some echos throughout your theme (temporarily, again) and see which ones take awhile to appear. If you can narrow it down to a function or action name, you should be able to find it.
Oct
13
awarded  Yearling
Oct
13
comment add a function to submit options.php
The settings-updated query is added after the form has submitted, in a new request. The process: form is submitted, server handles the data, browser is redirected to ?settings-updated=1. This is so that pressing F5 doesn't submit the information again, which might cause problems. This method should be avoided or, at the very least, used carefully. Also mind that if 'settings-updated' is set, the form data you submitted will NOT be present (as I said, it's a new request following a redirect).
Oct
13
answered New posts defaulting to '0' primary key
Oct
13
answered wp_head is too slow
Oct
13
comment Get parent id by term id
If only the ID is needed (and not term object), modify line #2 to: $termParent = $term ? $term->parent : false;. This will either give you the parent ID, or false. Not the object. Also saves a query.
Oct
13
answered Reliability of Wordpress 4 one click update
Aug
21
awarded  Critic
Jul
29
comment Custom generated WordPress menu using get_pages renders the proper HTML but doesn't display all elements
Which menu is getting cut off? At the top, "Partners" contains "Resellers" which contains three children, so you have at least a 3-deep menu working. If you believe it is a CSS issue, try looking for the menus that do not appear in the source code. If CSS is hiding them, they will still show up in the source.
Jul
29
comment Custom generated WordPress menu using get_pages renders the proper HTML but doesn't display all elements
If you are using get_pages, you probably want to specify 'nopaging' => true in your arguments. Or you can specify posts_per_page to increase the allowed number of items returned. If that's not it, you'll want to show some code.
Jul
17
answered Is there a better way to define options for custom fields in an admin panel?
Jul
17
comment How to get the input of a TinyMCE editor when using on the front-end?
It took a long time to find an answer for this. I also needed a way to set the content. In case anyone else also needs a way to set content, here is a Gist of both (get/set) functions: gist.github.com/RadGH/523bed274f307830752c. This also works with custom wp_editor IDs, not just the default.
Jul
15
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
1
awarded  Popular Question