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Jan
29
comment Struggling with array and foreach loop
cool, thanks, that helps indeed :)
Jan
29
accepted Struggling with array and foreach loop
Jan
29
comment Struggling with array and foreach loop
@Sisir I edited my question to hopefully make it more clear. Thx
Jan
29
revised Struggling with array and foreach loop
try to make question more clear
Jan
29
comment Struggling with array and foreach loop
I probably should have made it more clear, because the pageID is not mentioned as such, please have a look here: wpml.org/wpml-hook/wpml_post_duplicates
Jan
29
asked Struggling with array and foreach loop
Dec
16
awarded  Yearling
Oct
23
comment How to disable a network enabled plugin for just one site?
I can confirm that the earlier upvoted solutions no longer work and that the solution by @gdr does in fact work.
Oct
15
comment Disable WordPress' blogging functionality and disable 'posts'
hiding is not disabling
Oct
15
comment Remove “posts” from admin but show a custom post
This function doesn't remove anything, it merely hides it.
Oct
8
comment Custom wysiwyg editor doesn't execute shortcodes?
very helpful, thanks for sharing!
Oct
7
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
26
awarded  Announcer
Aug
10
comment Which core file is responsible for gravatars?
@Rarst cool to know that it works from mu-plugin level! Alternatively I added the complete filter below.
Aug
10
revised Which core file is responsible for gravatars?
added $avatar in the function and changed priority
Aug
10
answered Which core file is responsible for gravatars?
Aug
10
comment Which core file is responsible for gravatars?
the Gravatars used inside the Dashboard are then still loaded and still causing the pageload to lag, because these calls first have to time out. Same goes for everything loaded from Google (in the Dashboard), such as the Open Sans font. Running sites from inside the GFW (Great FireWall of China) is much more problematic than you think.
Aug
10
comment Which core file is responsible for gravatars?
@Rarst this no longer works, it actually causes a Fatal Error: Cannot redeclare get_avatar() (previously declared in /path/wp-includes/pluggable.php:2197)
Aug
3
accepted How to remove (or block access to) the about.php and credits.php in WP Dashboard
Jul
31
answered How to remove (or block access to) the about.php and credits.php in WP Dashboard