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iPhone app programmer since 2010/04/27, previously worked in my small company as web designer+programmer. I've programmed all kinds of languages since 1983, but as yet I have limited experience with Objective C, Cocoa, and XCode.

Two medium-skill apps released so far, and I feel I'm at the level where I can code and debug anything on the iPhone and understand the workings except in some rare cases. I can still feel baffled and stifled when implementing new framework features, but usually have no problem getting them going with some reading up.

It's still a long distance till I feel quite at home with it all, but I've come a ways.


May
30
comment How to Force WWW. in Domain With WordPress MU Domain Mapping Plugin?
WP MU Domain Mapping 0.5.4.3 does this, just add two domains for a subsite and set the www one to have priority, and it redirects perfectly. The trailing slash should be googlable, and you have an example in the pasted .htaccess.
May
30
comment Multiple blogs, different domain names, one install to rule them all
Yeah, the WPMU mention on the domain mapping plugin page made me hesitate about the domain mapping plugin, but it's perfect.
May
30
comment Changed sub-site to its own domain trigger 302 redirects for all page links
Yes, I did this a day before your answer. This was the solution. I just kept the subfolder mapping and the plugin mapped up the domains beautifully, and even let me set priority for www/no www. I did look at this before that actually, but the WPMU in title and description turned me away. Perfect plugin, easy to install and use.
May
30
accepted Changed sub-site to its own domain trigger 302 redirects for all page links
May
27
revised Changed sub-site to its own domain trigger 302 redirects for all page links
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May
27
revised Changed sub-site to its own domain trigger 302 redirects for all page links
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May
27
asked Changed sub-site to its own domain trigger 302 redirects for all page links
Apr
25
answered wp_list_pages, links only for pages with no children
Apr
25
revised wp_list_pages, links only for pages with no children
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Apr
25
comment wp_list_pages, links only for pages with no children
There, some more info.
Apr
25
revised wp_list_pages, links only for pages with no children
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Apr
25
comment wp_list_pages, links only for pages with no children
Yes. "This is for a left-hand indented menu". wp_list_pages outputs a navigation menu.
Apr
25
asked wp_list_pages, links only for pages with no children
Mar
25
comment Multisite: use media from one site vs. copying the same media to all language sites?
I've searched and found no answer. This is 2014, and the solutions (and non-solutions with caveat-essays) in your generic search no long apply. You're aware of this?
Mar
25
comment Multisite: use media from one site vs. copying the same media to all language sites?
Do you mean that this question has been fielded many times and there is no solution as yet? (See also edits above.)
Mar
25
revised Multisite: use media from one site vs. copying the same media to all language sites?
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Mar
25
asked Multisite: use media from one site vs. copying the same media to all language sites?
Mar
21
comment How to get an array of post data from wp_query result?
None of the examples you link to demonstrates how to process posts, though. So it's good that you answered, pity they don't have it in the documentation. Another tip: If you're doing a match on a unique post you can use a function like this with 'posts_per_page'=>1 in args. function wp_queryfirstpost($args) { $q=new WP_Query($args); $pp=$q->get_posts(); $firstpost=false;if ($pp) $firstpost=$pp[0]; wp_reset_postdata(); return $firstpost; }
Mar
11
comment Resolve a custom post type name vs. page permalink conflict (same slug)
Worked perfectly - but now all permalinks starting with the custom post type's name give a 404, despite that they're correct in wp-admin and there seems no rewrite taking place. That is to say, all permalinks are correct on the site, but all custom posts give a 404. Can you help with that? :)
Mar
11
accepted Resolve a custom post type name vs. page permalink conflict (same slug)