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Jan
30
comment How to create .pot files with POedit?
This does not work for WordPress and the specific changes to the translation system. It is incomplete at best.
Jan
30
comment How to create .pot files with POedit?
This does not work for WordPress and the specific changes to the translation system. It is incomplete at best.
Jan
30
comment How to create .pot files with POedit?
This does not work for WordPress and the specific changes to the translation system. It is incomplete at best.
Jan
30
comment How to create .pot files with POedit?
Every other method that does not use the WordPress specific tools is broken in some way.
Jan
30
comment How to run PHP code in Text Widget with no plugin in WP 4.4
Mark, to you, 100k is a lot. To me, it's down from 400k years ago, and I'm concerned with millions of sites. I'm happy in my progress. ;)
Jan
30
answered AJAX requests broken due to HTTPS for wp-admin
Jan
30
answered Plugins rewrite rules the right way
Jan
30
answered optimise SQL wordpress call
Jan
30
comment Why is my theme is randomly stripping the <p> tags out
Never disable wpautop. That's there to help you. :)
Jan
30
answered Where to find WP_Query class?
Jan
27
comment WordPress.org Support Forum API
What data do you want, exactly?
Jan
23
comment Why is this custom taxonomy showing in the database?
Added more to my answer about deleting data.
Jan
23
revised Why is this custom taxonomy showing in the database?
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Jan
23
answered How to run PHP code in Text Widget with no plugin in WP 4.4
Jan
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answered Why is this custom taxonomy showing in the database?
Jan
21
revised WP 4.4. responsive loads normal image after loading the responsive image
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Jan
21
comment WP 4.4. responsive loads normal image after loading the responsive image
For example, if a browser decides that it wants to use the big image specifically because you're on "localhost" and it knows the connection speed is thus irrelevant, then it might use the big image anyway. You don't get to see the magic in action, it just happens. That's the whole point, to make which image is used actually irrelevant to the design process, but relevant only to the render process.
Jan
21
comment WP 4.4. responsive loads normal image after loading the responsive image
The responsive images does not have nor need any extra code necessary to support it. This is not some kind of javascript trick. You're misunderstanding the nature of the goal here. The point of responsive images is to give more information to the browser, in the form of identical but differently sized images. The browser then decides which one to choose. You cannot force it somehow. There's no extra code you need to add, and nothing you need to do. The browser chooses. It chooses based on whatever it chooses based on. Use a mobile browser to test and you'll see the real difference.
Jan
20
answered WP 4.4. responsive loads normal image after loading the responsive image
Jan
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awarded  Revival