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bio website bigrigmedia.com
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Senior Web Developer at Big Rig Media.


Dec
9
comment why does included jquery always cause problems
My first thought is you are loading two jQuery libraries. You may need to de-register the included jquery, and re-enqueue it in the way you want. Here is an example that uses CDN instead, but you can get the gist: css-tricks.com/snippets/wordpress/…. Also, you can pass a parameter to load it in the footer: wp_enqueue_script( $handle, $src, $deps, $ver, $in_footer );.
Nov
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answered Portable Post Links
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14
awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
25
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
2
answered Replace full content with an excerpt
Dec
28
answered Creating a custom header
Dec
25
answered Followers for WordPress
Dec
25
awarded  Supporter
Dec
22
awarded  Teacher
Dec
21
answered Main menu navigation links and new pages
Dec
21
awarded  Scholar
Dec
21
accepted Practical Solutions to HTML5 Video on WordPress
Dec
21
comment Practical Solutions to HTML5 Video on WordPress
Use a WPMU DEV Membership plugin and it worked.
Dec
21
comment Practical Solutions to HTML5 Video on WordPress
The client needs a html5 player with flash fallback AND it needs to be a non-public (clients want members only section) WITH a playlist added to the player... :/ It seems like I can solve any of these on my own but the combination is frustrating. I'll take a look at Vimeo's API. Maybe I can make something work.
Dec
15
comment Practical Solutions to HTML5 Video on WordPress
So you basically used the WordPress media uploader to upload the videos, but ran them through a custom player to display them? Also, we actually bought and used the that plugin on Code Canyon, but it was written in PHP shorthand, and we can't turn on short_open_tag on our server due to the affect on other sites that run on that same server. We couldn't use it :/
Dec
10
asked Practical Solutions to HTML5 Video on WordPress