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I'm a developer living in the Seattle area.


Mar
25
awarded  Critic
Mar
25
comment replace html entities in posts between pre tags
Have you tried Raw HTML and wrapping your <pre> blocks in the Raw HTML tag provided?
Mar
25
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Mar
25
answered How to show the image caption on custom post type …?
Mar
24
comment Hook 'wp_enqueue_scripts' priority has no effect
I'm going to try to make this clear one more time. Your priority is not ignored. That is the order in which they are added to the list. But the list gets rearranged. You can add them in wp_head, and it may work for now, out of sheer luck. But if you upgrade or add a plugin, it might fail. Just because they are added in order doesn't guarantee they will stay in order. The only way to guarantee that is using dependencies.
Mar
22
comment Is there an alternative way to upload html without using TinyMCE?
Most of the sanitizing happens in the WordPress code and not while editing in TinyMCE. This means that the behavior can be changed with plug-ins.
Mar
22
answered Is there an alternative way to upload html without using TinyMCE?
Mar
22
comment Hook 'wp_enqueue_scripts' priority has no effect
Your function priority is being honored but after being added to the list they are (usually) rearranged to honor dependencies.
Mar
22
comment Hook 'wp_enqueue_scripts' priority has no effect
Internally WordPress waits to collect all of the scripts before including them. Say WordPress adds 7 of its own script then you add your three. Some point much later WordPress looks at the list and includes them however it sees fit (by figuring out which scripts depend on each other). It doesn't matter what order you add yours because the order is ignored while WordPress looks at the dependencies. e.g. You add 3 scripts that need jQuery but jQuery is added fourth. jQuery is moved to the first position. You can only guarantee order by "3 needs 2", "2 needs 1".
Mar
22
awarded  Teacher
Mar
22
answered Hook 'wp_enqueue_scripts' priority has no effect
Mar
22
answered CPT archive 404ing when using a custom taxonomy name as a variable
Mar
22
comment CPT archive 404ing when using a custom taxonomy name as a variable
As far as diagnosis I would try using the plug-in "Debug This" and checking the actual query that gets generated.
Mar
12
awarded  Excavator
Mar
12
awarded  Editor
Mar
12
revised How to: Easily Move a WordPress Install from Development to Production?
Added a direct link which is up-voted as a comment.
Mar
12
suggested suggested edit on How to: Easily Move a WordPress Install from Development to Production?
Nov
20
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
20
awarded  Supporter