Сър Георги Демирев

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bio website demirevdesign.com
location Bulgaria
age 24
visits member for 1 year, 3 months
seen Jan 5 at 22:35

Hello there! I'm a web developer and have been addicted to the Internet since I can remember. I started my very first project in 2003 when the web was much more simpler. I still love what I do and I do it with passion!


Sep
15
accepted Missing HTML comment tags
Sep
15
awarded  Teacher
Sep
13
answered Missing HTML comment tags
Sep
13
comment Missing HTML comment tags
Just a note: It wasn't just caching and stripping HTML elements. It seems that my ISP's DNS was not refreshing and was caching even more stuff. As a temporary solution I changed my DNS to Google's public DNS as shown on this page developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/docs/using and everything seems fine now. But even though I called my IPS severel times they decline the error to be on their side.
Sep
12
comment Missing HTML comment tags
I tried opening it in a privet tab but it was the same, I tried restarting my computer and both my routers, but it even got worse, now more pages have their comments stripped. Now I'm almost curtain that it has something to do with my IPS and I'll be writing them in a minute. By the way @s_ha_dum, you're absolutely right, I'll be making some changes to fix the spacing issue in another way. Thank you all for your time and answers!
Sep
12
comment Missing HTML comment tags
First of, I apologize for the first comment, I got a bit frustrated there :D The empty comments are fix for the inline-block element spacing, this is what was kind of important to me, because without it the page is all messed up. Anyway, I did test the website through Pingdom's tools and for my surprise it looked fine there, but I had my friend check it from all across town and she had the same error. Could this be in some way related to my ISP? Here's what I'm seeing i.imgur.com/YaZYN8n.png (PS. I tried debugging, but with no result).
Sep
12
asked Missing HTML comment tags
Jul
19
comment Wordpress within specific sub-directories, implicitly not root
user35541, yes it is a problem that might occur if one is not updating with caution, but either way it should be done with some sort of hack, since it is not how WP is designed to work. Whether choosing to hard code it or building custom htaccess is up to the developer. I personally, would not recommend developing with WP as an addon to another application, but if it is dmanexe's only solution we're here to provide an adequate answer. Both of our suggestions might work in his environment and both have pros and cons. :)
Jul
19
revised Wordpress within specific sub-directories, implicitly not root
adding note
Jul
19
answered Wordpress within specific sub-directories, implicitly not root
Jul
19
answered How do I make a draft post accessible to everyone?
Feb
11
asked How to structure model showcase
Jan
27
awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
27
awarded  Analytical
Jan
26
awarded  Supporter
Jan
26
accepted Actions according to image type and size
Jan
26
comment Actions according to image type and size
finfo_file is a bit to complicated for my needs. I'll stick with pathinfo($filename, PATHINFO_EXTENSION); Thanks for the tip :)
Jan
26
comment Actions according to image type and size
That is a great advice! Now, I've over 5000 posts and it'd be tedious to go through them all. The good thing is that I've less than a dozen unanimated gifs so it wouldn't be such a huge loss if, for the greater good, they go in the same lane as the others. I would just add a check if the image is gif and process them all (animated & unanimated) the same way. One thing though, what would you consider faster WP's get_post_mime_type or PHP's pathinfo?
Jan
26
awarded  Student
Jan
26
comment Actions according to image type and size
I've done some additional testing and the result is that the only thing slowing my page is the is_animated_gif function. I'm still looking for a solution to that...