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Nov
14
comment Possible to add a language file to a plugin without adding .po/.mo files to plugin directory?
What about still using the load_textdomain_mofile filter within a separate plugin?
Nov
14
comment Possible to add a language file to a plugin without adding .po/.mo files to plugin directory?
Ah, great point, thanks for that. I'll have to adjust how I do it for BuddyPress as well.
Nov
14
comment Possible to add a language file to a plugin without adding .po/.mo files to plugin directory?
This worked great and was easy to add.
Nov
14
comment Possible to add a language file to a plugin without adding .po/.mo files to plugin directory?
I like this approach but since I'm already dropping files into wp-content/languages I want to keep in consistent and have all the .po files in there.
Nov
13
awarded  Self-Learner
Nov
8
answered How to add nav menu items to a specific position within a menu
Nov
7
asked How to add nav menu items to a specific position within a menu
Nov
6
comment Possible to add a language file to a plugin without adding .po/.mo files to plugin directory?
It's fairly trivial to merge the new translations into an existing .po file using PoEdit.
Nov
6
asked Possible to add a language file to a plugin without adding .po/.mo files to plugin directory?
Sep
18
accepted What is a “protected” post status?
Sep
18
comment What is a “protected” post status?
Thanks! That's exactly what I was looking for.
Sep
18
awarded  Yearling
Sep
18
revised What is a “protected” post status?
clarified
Sep
18
comment What is a “protected” post status?
I think it's unrelated to password protected posts. The 'protected' argument is used in register_post_status. It's related to a post status, not an individual post. If that were true, then I would think that all 'future', 'draft' and 'pending' posts would all be password protected.
Sep
18
asked What is a “protected” post status?
Sep
5
answered Do I actually need to link my theme's style.css in the theme files
Sep
5
answered This CSS Stuffing Works, But Is This A Good Practice?
Aug
23
answered Use register_post_type() to modify an existing post type
Aug
7
comment How do I show sticky posts on a static front page that also contains content?
Make sure to also add a wp_reset_postdata(); after your if statement to reset the $post global to the main query.
May
13
answered Remove top admin bar