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bio website asteriainteractive.com
location Riverside, CA
age 32
visits member for 1 year, 6 months
seen Dec 9 at 18:55

An independent web developer who creates websites and enterprise web-based software. Trying to expand his knowledge through open source while making a living.


Oct
8
accepted Using wp_handle_upload() to direct specific path by using $overrides
Sep
6
awarded  Tumbleweed
Aug
30
answered Displaying $_FILES data (simlar to $_POST)
Aug
30
revised Using wp_handle_upload() to direct specific path by using $overrides
Change the content and title to the real question.
Aug
30
asked Using wp_handle_upload() to direct specific path by using $overrides
Aug
29
revised Displaying $_FILES data (simlar to $_POST)
Changed the title to reflect similarity
Aug
29
revised Displaying $_FILES data (simlar to $_POST)
Change add_filter to add_action
Aug
29
asked Displaying $_FILES data (simlar to $_POST)
Jul
24
revised Archive template for taxonomy terms
added type of url
Jul
24
answered Archive template for taxonomy terms
Jul
18
answered Invalid argument supplied in register_taxonomy $args->taxonomies
Jul
18
awarded  Student
Jul
18
revised Invalid argument supplied in register_taxonomy $args->taxonomies
Added some codes.
Jul
18
asked Invalid argument supplied in register_taxonomy $args->taxonomies
Jul
15
accepted Unescape attribute the_title() on CDATA in RSS feed
Jul
12
awarded  Commentator
Jul
12
comment Unescape attribute the_title() on CDATA in RSS feed
I was using <![CDATA[<?php the_title(); ?>]]> inside the items of RSS feed.
Jul
12
revised Unescape attribute the_title() on CDATA in RSS feed
Added the_title().
Jul
12
comment Unescape attribute the_title() on CDATA in RSS feed
You are actually right that this works. I guess I stated the wrong question. I actually tried stripslashes, stripcslashes, and html_entity_decode on the_title(). But it does not work this way. +1 for help.
Jul
12
asked Unescape attribute the_title() on CDATA in RSS feed