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I am a WordPress developer that specializes in e-commerce space.


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comment help for user login
Please accept this answer by checking the check mark if it works for you.
Sep
6
answered To enqueue or not to enqueue
Sep
5
comment Custom menu walker: how can i check first item
I don't think there is an elegant way to do this other than add a counter and reset the counter on every parent depth. So if ( $depth = 1 && $counter = 0 ) { // do something }
Sep
5
comment Custom menu walker: how can i check first item
There is a variable $depth, 0 is the parent, 1 is one level down and so forth.
Sep
5
comment When a user creates a post (pending), send a confirmation link that allows them to publish
Yes now I am happy.. :)
Sep
5
comment Show a confirmation message on plugin deactivation
Yes it is possible but don't confuse deactivation for uninstall. They are two very different things. You actually don't want to delete anything when a plugin is deactivated. When they uninstall is when you want to ask the user if they want to delete settings. Look into the register_uninstall_hook
Sep
5
comment When a user creates a post (pending), send a confirmation link that allows them to publish
I understand however for the sake of being technical, using something more unique there would be better.
Sep
5
comment Wordpress automatic plugin update
Yes if you put your plugin in the WP repo, you don't need to code that part, it will automatically show it for you.
Sep
5
comment When a user creates a post (pending), send a confirmation link that allows them to publish
Perhaps change $check = md5( $post->post_title ); to $check = md5( time() ); because post_title CAN potentially be the same...
Sep
5
comment Wordpress automatic plugin update
You cannot that that exact message because that message comes from the WordPress.org plugin repo. So unless your plugin is in that repo, you won't get that exact message. You can however show that type of message elsewhere like in the header on top..etc..
Sep
5
comment My widget won't update its values when save is clicked
In your rollover image, your name is wrong, you have the name set to echo $this->get_field_name( 'image' ); when it should be echo $this->get_field_name( 'rollover_image' );
Sep
5
comment Shortcode for sectors
There is no way anyone can help with that as that shortcode is custom to a plugin or a theme and not familiar to all. Without knowing what this shortcode is suppose to do and how the code looks, its anyone's guess I am afraid.
Sep
5
comment help for user login
How did you test to know it is not working? Did you do a var_dump after the condition $meta != 0? This is to know if that conditional even fires. Also you didn't mention about admin logins before so this code obviously is generic. You can further filter out the admin so this code doesn't affect them even if they don't have that meta value
Sep
4
comment Add class to active element and its parent in nav menu
Yes you can, see updated answer...and please mark it as the answer if it worked for you...thanks.
Sep
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revised Add class to active element and its parent in nav menu
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comment Add class to active element and its parent in nav menu
I have updated the answer, try that..
Sep
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revised Add class to active element and its parent in nav menu
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answered Add class to active element and its parent in nav menu
Sep
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comment Add class to active element and its parent in nav menu
May I ask why it needs to be the word active?