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Sep
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comment Get proper tag count for each post type
Hmm, I did see a few trac reports but they were last year and stated fixed for some. That talks about categories (I'm dealing with tags) but I think you may be correct on this. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate your help. I just needed it to be clear for others that it's not the same. Problem with the Internet, you can't hear my tone ;)
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revised Get proper tag count for each post type
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revised Get proper tag count for each post type
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Sep
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comment Get proper tag count for each post type
Nope, not even close... I am asking for the SQL to update the count as this is an import from Drupal. That post is talking about showing the count on a post page, knowing the post-type. I'm not using a built-in function to define every post-type. I am trying to get a single query to do this automatically for all post-types as this is dynamic content and looping over each and every post-type is a little overkill.
Sep
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asked Get proper tag count for each post type
Sep
17
comment Wordpress/Server outputting strange result
Hmmm... If you installed php-cgi prior to installing Apache, it doesn't set up Apache properly to run PHP, removing PHP entirely and reinstalling may fix your issue. Just a shot in the dark but I have heard of this happening in this case. Hopefully your host will be able to resolve it. Please update your question with the solution when it's fixed to help others that may have this in the future
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revised Wordpress/Server outputting strange result
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Sep
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answered Wordpress/Server outputting strange result
Sep
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comment Wordpress/Server outputting strange result
What's the content of your error logs? What pages is this happening on? Is it all admin pages or just on posts/page edit pages? What type of environment are you running? (apache, nginx)
May
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revised How do I wrap 3rd party jquery scripts so that they work in wordpress?
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May
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answered How do I wrap 3rd party jquery scripts so that they work in wordpress?
May
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comment How do I wrap 3rd party jquery scripts so that they work in wordpress?
That would appear to be the issue. You have to load jQuery and jQuery UI before you can load the autocomplete ui js file. The autocomplete is dependent on both jQuery and jQuery UI. Order is important for what you are doing. Plus, you should always try to load your js files in the footer. Just change it to the footer and it should work. Also, make use of the dependencies of the wp_enqueue_script (codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_enqueue_script) as this will ensure your order is correct.
May
12
comment Best Collection of Code for your functions.php file
Not true Joseph, if your WordPress version is exposed then people can see if you are running an older version, thus exposing your vulnerabilities. It is always a good decision to remove that from all WordPress installs. Personally, I don't even know why they put it there in the first place as it IS a security issue.
May
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comment How do I wrap 3rd party jquery scripts so that they work in wordpress?
Can you verify that jQuery and jQuery UI are loaded before the autocomplete script? Chances are this is the issue. Unless you have different versions of jQuery running which you will then need to use no-conflict (api.jquery.com/jquery.noconflict). Is console throwing any errors?
Mar
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comment Admin Ajax is returning 0
I am having this same issue, could you show how you fixed this?
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Jun
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comment Saving widget gets an undefined variable
Yeah, I figured that out and now return the old instance. It seems there isn't any good way to throw errors for widgets, at least not that I found. Thanks.
May
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accepted How to get permalinks with category base working with sub-categories