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comment Custom WP Admin pages do not display after trying to add child to functions-admin.php
See above comment about extra curly brace. That should not be there. It sort of working when it is, suggests there is a syntax error somewhere. I can't figure out where without seeing the whole theme.
Feb
6
comment Custom WP Admin pages do not display after trying to add child to functions-admin.php
How and where is functions-admin.php being included from? For example Is there a line in functions.php calling include('inc/functions-admin.php')? Is that wrapped in a function? class? We need to see that entire parent file, or the whole theme. The extra curly brace suggests somewhere in your theme there is an unclosed function, where could be anywhere.
Feb
5
revised Custom WP Admin pages do not display after trying to add child to functions-admin.php
Edit statement of problem for clarity.
Feb
5
suggested approved edit on Custom WP Admin pages do not display after trying to add child to functions-admin.php
Feb
5
comment Custom WP Admin pages do not display after trying to add child to functions-admin.php
What file is this code in? and how and where is that file being called/included from?
Jan
4
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
4
answered Missing argument 2 for wpdb::prepare()
Sep
22
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
26
revised Jetpack Running Locally
Add new filter option for jetpack_development_mode
Jan
24
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
24
awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Yearling
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17
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
17
accepted How to add editor-style.css styling to wp_editor on front end for comments
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awarded  Curious
Apr
13
comment If I delete my wordpress site then does that delete all my sites?
This sounds like a cPanel/Web Hosting question, not really a WordPress question. You might want to add more detail or ask the question somewhere more appropriate.
Apr
8
comment Custom taxonomies making WP very slow - Way to fix?
I know you found a fix. However at first glance this looks more like where you query a parent taxonomy with 200+ sub-taxonomies, not post IDs). I find these parent category queries get slow when there are 10 or more sub-categories. I don't have a fix and it may not be your problem, just mentioning it because it sure looks like that.
Apr
8
comment How can I make updates to a site, on a development copy, but then move updates back without overriding live site's evolving database?
Haven't used sitepush. Sounds like it pushes complete DB's though (like Migrate WP DB Pro). It's good for deploying a static site, but fails on a live dynamic (ie. new posts/comments happening). RAMP actually manages difference between DBs and merges, not replaces the live DB.
Mar
22
comment How can I make updates to a site, on a development copy, but then move updates back without overriding live site's evolving database?
I'd disagree. CrowdFavorite's RAMP plugin is a simple solution for those that do need to stage and deploy content. Calling it a "simple solution" might be a stretch, but it's good and any developer should be able to set it up (requires SSH and remote MySQL access etc..)
Mar
16
answered How To Get Posts With A Specific Word