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bio website ardeearam.com
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Ruby on Rails and AngularJS Developer.

Zend Certified PHP 5.0 Engineer, and tinkering with Magento here and there.


Oct
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awarded  Notable Question
Sep
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accepted How to change a user's password programatically
Aug
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awarded  Notable Question
Apr
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comment Disable h1 and h2 from rich text editor combobox
This simply works. I love it.
Jan
25
comment after_setup_theme always runs
after_switch_theme works perfect. This should be the accepted answer. I am using WP 3.5
Nov
22
comment Disable WYSIWYG editor only when creating a page
Core modifications are really not encouraged. A WordPress upgrade will remove this modification of core file post.php.
Nov
22
awarded  Critic
Nov
11
answered How can I stop WordPress from prompting me to enter FTP information when doing updates?
Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
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Dec
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awarded  Commentator
Dec
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comment Is there a way to prevent the Editor from modifying my HTML
Seems promising. Thanks!
Mar
7
comment Custom permalink structure for custom post type
Hey John, your plug-in rocks!
Mar
5
comment Is there a way to prevent the Editor from modifying my HTML
By the way, that's the point. We created the HTML from another editor, and copy-pasted the HTML code to the Visual Editor in Wordpress. TinyMCE keeps on insisting its way when toggling from HTML view to Visual view and back. I mean, come on, it should be fine as it is since we edited it in an external HTML editor. Back off Tiny MCE ;)
Mar
5
comment Is there a way to prevent the Editor from modifying my HTML
This looks promising. I'll update you all after I have tinkered with this plugin.
Mar
5
comment Is there a way to prevent the Editor from modifying my HTML
Avoiding inline styling is only great if you (or the wordpress user) has access to style.css. This is not viable if it's not. Content can be edited in the WP Editor, while style.css can only be modified in the file.
Mar
3
comment Is there a way to prevent the Editor from modifying my HTML
But I guess it's irrelevant, is it? I mean, since it is my blog is it not possible that I do <p><b>Test</p></b>? Wordpress can render it incorrectly (I'm thinking of say, IE or Firefox interpretation), but not just touch my code.
Mar
3
comment Is there a way to prevent the Editor from modifying my HTML
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asked Is there a way to prevent the Editor from modifying my HTML