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I like building sites with WordPress and developing WordPress plugins.

I've been doing web development since I was 13, and I became interested in coding before that through Lego robotics. I'm currently a student at college.

You can find my code on GitHub, my plugins on WordPress.org, and other stuff on my blog and Twitter.


Jul
19
revised Redirect entire website to a single page
`exit` after `wp_redirect()`
Jul
19
revised unable to upload image locally
added 103 characters in body
Jul
10
comment Why user_pass column in wp_users table is varchar(64)
I don't think that WordPress uses md5. It uses phpass
Jul
6
awarded  Revival
Jun
17
revised Redirect Visitors to a Temporary Maintenance Page
cleaned up question
Jun
16
comment Slow wp_enqueue_media()
If you don't know the hook of your plugin page (it is different to the page slug), then you can use the get_plugin_page_hook() function.
Jun
16
reviewed Leave Open WordPress post arrangement using post_class
Jun
16
reviewed No Action Needed Create new user from phpMyAdmin
Jun
16
reviewed Reviewed Are login functions considered part of the WP backend?
Jun
16
revised Are login functions considered part of the WP backend?
Clarified question based on OP's comment
Jun
14
comment How to develop an extension for a simple form post and post back?
You can use output buffering. Call ob_start();, output your HTML as normal, and then at the end of the fuction call return ob_get_clean();.
Jun
14
reviewed Close How to develop an extension for a simple form post and post back?
Jun
11
reviewed Close 2 Categories using same template but one has a problem?
Jun
11
reviewed Approve How to display two random-post sections that are each under their own category
Jun
11
reviewed Approve add_rewrite_rule isnt working, not getting added to rules array, why?
Jun
8
revised mysql_real_escape_string() vs. esc_sql() in WordPress
separated output from code
Jun
3
comment How do I make a custom taxomony appear like tags?
Also, those two links are unreleated to this question - they specify adding the built-in tags taxonomy to a custom post type, where as this question refers to making a custom taxonomy behave similar to the built-in tags taxonomy.
Jun
3
comment How do I make a custom taxomony appear like tags?
I'm not so sure why you would set _builtin to true - are you sure this is correct?
Jun
3
revised How do I make a custom taxomony appear like tags?
Clarified question
Jun
3
comment Compare the old get_theme_mod($name) to the new get_theme_mod($name) return value
Are you really using the same $name variable twice? If so, this statement is useless as it will always evaluate to false