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comment wp_get_attachment_image_src and server path
Been down the road you took, dug through the image-generating code (in the end assuming that the scaled image resides in the same folder as the original) and didn't like it. Well, guess I have to back down then. Thanks for your elaborate answer, Sir!
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comment wp_get_attachment_image_src and server path
I'm on a plugin to integrate the post image as an RSS enclosure into the WordPress generated feeds and therefore need to know the file size (and mime type).
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comment wp_get_attachment_image_src and server path
Yep. But that just returns something like 2015/03/cat-2.jpeg. Though it does also return all file names for generated thumbnails, but only the filenames – and this again leads to cumbersome manipulation of paths.
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comment query_post by title?
Works great except for the second argument (the referenced $wp_query), which doesn't seem to be part of the filter callback (see codex.wordpress.org/Plugin_API/Filter_Reference/posts_where) and will generate an error.
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revised How do I redirect a post url to a custom url?
Added a `die()` after the header() calls.
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comment WP_Query ignores post_type in category view
Hey, @david, how did you solve this with a different query? I'm encountering the same problem and haven't found any solution at all (besides from doing it with raw SQL).
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comment Moving from one WP site to a new WP site incrementally
You might be able to symlink the static stuff like uploads. Not sure though how WordPress will handle this.
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comment Moving from one WP site to a new WP site incrementally
Why a lot of work? You don't have to catch each and every possible URL there might be, just the "branches", like /products, /articles etc. It should be feasable, even with more complex pages. Though I really don't know the setup … The search thing is of course something that might prove to be more difficult.
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answered Moving from one WP site to a new WP site incrementally
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