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Graphic designer and PHP developer, with a special place in my heart for WordPress.


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comment How to use get_template_part()?
Oh, good point. With the formula I gave, the require or require_once call (from locate_template) is inside a function and so doesn't have access to the current scope.
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comment I Want to Get A Plugin Version Number Dynamically
@AriSusanto Are you trying to use it on the front end? The WP plugin administration functions are only defined in the admin section. If you need to use this on the front end you'll have to include the file wp-admin/includes/plugin.php.
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comment Default Image Link Removal
@moraleida - I agree, but I wasn't suggesting modifying any core files. Options are publicly accessible for just this reason - so users can easily change behavior without modifying any core files...
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comment Filter to remove image dimension attributes?
@BFTrick - Seems like a matter of context to me. For a responsive theme, I'd agree with you because you can't depend on existing content having been processed in this way, and you don't know if the next theme installed will need those dimension attributes. In my case, I was building an app where the theme was integral to the content, so I chose the less processor-intensive method of processing the images when they were first added. But you do make a good point.
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comment How to highlight the right item in the navbar
That feeling when I find my own answer from two years ago, and its wrong. Ugh. The filter is actually named nav_menu_css_class.