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Sep
22
accepted Allow iframe in custom meta box
Sep
22
comment Allow iframe in custom meta box
You jammed that right into my head. Security should always be considered first.
Sep
22
answered Allow iframe in custom meta box
Sep
21
comment Allow iframe in custom meta box
That didn't work either. On the contrary the meta box stopped saving the value even once which it did before. I've updated the code on my staging server. Is there a way I can give you its credentials?
Sep
20
comment Allow iframe in custom meta box
Let me also add that I've added some other regular CMBs too and they work fine. The same code has been used for this one. The problem is with it not saving iframes
Sep
20
comment Allow iframe in custom meta box
That would be add_action( 'save_post', 'kk_save_location_map', 10, 2 );
Sep
20
asked Allow iframe in custom meta box
Sep
20
accepted URLs unchanged after migration
Sep
20
answered URLs unchanged after migration
Sep
20
awarded  Scholar
Sep
20
accepted Post data in separate divs with incrementing class using WP_Query
Sep
20
comment Post data in separate divs with incrementing class using WP_Query
That did it.. Thank you so much Pieter. I removed both my for loops and replaced $i and $j with $locationsLoop->current_post, although I had to keep both the WP_Querys because of the separate divs structure.
Sep
19
comment Post data in separate divs with incrementing class using WP_Query
Even after moving wp_reset_postdata() after endwhile, I'm getting the content generated 8 times where 8 = $count_posts
Sep
19
comment Post data in separate divs with incrementing class using WP_Query
Thank you, that explains how can I improve the counter. What I'm looking for is to remove the extra content being generated due to my faulty for loop (I guess). Any insight on that?
Sep
19
asked Post data in separate divs with incrementing class using WP_Query
Jun
12
awarded  Commentator
Jun
12
comment URLs unchanged after migration
You did provide me with enough help engelen and thank you for that. I don't see why do we have to get hostile. As I said the previous developer used the above mentioned functions in functions.php which overrode the particular settings in the back-end. I removed it and now everything's fine. Once again, thank you.
Jun
11
comment URLs unchanged after migration
Thank you for guiding me to functions.php. I didn't have to do the above as the previous developer used the following to specify URLs update_option('siteurl','http://example.com'); update_option('home','http://example.com');
Jun
11
comment URLs unchanged after migration
Do I need to make a new file like we do for phpinfo()?
Jun
11
comment URLs unchanged after migration
No, there isn't any mention of them in wp-config