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comment Parent cpt/child custom post type URL permalink relationship
Cool. Looks promising. I'll try getting this guy's setup working in the next hour or so. I also found this answer which looks promising as well. The missing apostrophe you caught was just in this post. I missed it when typing in my question. It's there in my existing code, so that's not the issue. Thanks for the heads up though. I edited the question so it's accurate now for anyone else that is reading and wants to weigh in. Thanks @Milo! Hopefully I'll get somewhere with one of those two posts.
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revised Parent cpt/child custom post type URL permalink relationship
Fixed code. Missing apostrophe.
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comment Parent cpt/child custom post type URL permalink relationship
Thanks for the response! I commented out the ta_add_rewrite_rules function and have my 'solution_offering_cpt' rewrite parameter set as array('slug' => 'solution/%solution_cats%') but am still getting 404s when trying to navigate to the 'solution_offering_cpt' posts. Also flushed my permalinks a few times to see if that was the issue. I still need my filter_solution_offering_cpt_link function, correct? In that function block, I changed line #6 to read $link = str_replace('%solution_cats%', array_pop($cats)->slug, $link);
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answered Dynamically create/remove terms in taxonomy when custom post type is published/trashed
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accepted How do I change/modify the_post_thumbnail(); html output?
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asked Dynamically create/remove terms in taxonomy when custom post type is published/trashed
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comment How do I change/modify the_post_thumbnail(); html output?
I posted a working solution above. Not sure if it's best-practice or not. Let me know if you find a better/alternative solution. Thanks!
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answered How do I change/modify the_post_thumbnail(); html output?
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comment How do I change/modify the_post_thumbnail(); html output?
Hi @Simon. Thanks for your response!! Unfortunately, I cannot get the above working. A quick Google search reveals that almost everyone is having issues with the 'wp_get_attachment_image_attributes' hook. Is there maybe another hook that would work? That's why I went the 'post_thumbnail_html' route, I just cannot figure out how to get the attributes to pass correctly from my the_post_thumbnail('custom-thumbnail-size', array('class' => 'unique-class')); call. Any further thoughts?
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comment Need help enqueueing webfonts
@s_ha_dum Think I may have found the culprit...always seems to be the simple things. :) Scanned through my functions.php file and realized that I have already enqueued a similar function in which I had pulled in Google Webfonts. Commented out that function which is the same exact name load_fonts(); as the WebINK function I was trying to use. Thanks for the input @s_ha_dum. Should be on the right track now.
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comment Need help enqueueing webfonts
@s_ha_dum Weird...I also tried encoding the bad URL above and it breaks my theme. So, I'm not sure what's going on here. Maybe something's wrong with my functions.php file?
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comment Is the wp_enqueue method efficient?
Thanks @david.binda. Definitely helpful to hear that. I had been toying around with the idea of combining & minifying. Sometimes it's the simple answers that will make a world of difference. :) Cheers!