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WordPress developer. Always learning. Hoping to contribute.


Jun
29
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
28
comment As soon as I add a custom query_var using the filter, my pages point to an archive page - why?
Thanks for checking. That's what I figured as well, which is why I'm posting this question. Can anyone think of what is breaking this code? Just from your experience?
Jun
28
asked Alternative to query_posts for main loop?
Jun
24
revised As soon as I add a custom query_var using the filter, my pages point to an archive page - why?
edited title
Jun
24
revised As soon as I add a custom query_var using the filter, my pages point to an archive page - why?
added 172 characters in body; added 123 characters in body; edited title
Jun
24
comment As soon as I add a custom query_var using the filter, my pages point to an archive page - why?
I've read this and all other posts on this SE and have followed them all to the letter and my questions still remain.
Jun
24
asked As soon as I add a custom query_var using the filter, my pages point to an archive page - why?
Jun
15
comment Complex widget form UI - examples and best practices
Thanks to all who contributed, though I had rather hoped more people would get involved (I suppose a larger bounty might have done the trick - alas for my failing rep). I ended up selecting the Thickbox alternative, simply because in the end it provided the most options for keeping each section "light" and "to the point" while still accommodating a nearly unlimited number of options if necessary. Thanks again to everyone and happy 'Pressing
Jun
15
awarded  Benefactor
Jun
15
accepted Complex widget form UI - examples and best practices
Jun
14
comment Complex widget form UI - examples and best practices
@ Azizur, good point.
Jun
9
answered WordPress built-in method to extract array of term IDs?
Jun
9
comment WordPress built-in method to extract array of term IDs?
So I rolled my own map in the meantime; still would love to know if there's an "official" way of doing things (for forward-compatibility and all that). Here's the map, using a closure (PHP 5.3+) $term_ids = array_map(function($a){return $a->term_id;}, get_the_terms($post->ID, TAXONOMY_NAME)); You could of course do this with create_function instead: $term_ids = array_map(create_function('$a','return $a->term_id;'), get_the_terms($post->ID, TAXONOMY_NAME)); for php 4+. Still, if there's a better way, I'd love to hear it!
Jun
9
answered Is $object_type truly required with register_taxonomy()?
Jun
9
asked WordPress built-in method to extract array of term IDs?
Jun
9
comment Complex widget form UI - examples and best practices
Interesting, thanks for this B. I was really hoping to see what can be done within the native widget dialog though, rather than resorting to a jQuery overlay. This is a great option though and one I'll keep in mind. Thanks for that!
Jun
9
revised Is $object_type truly required with register_taxonomy()?
changed the title to be more answerable
Jun
9
comment Why does save_post action fire when creating a new post?
Right on brother. Thanks for being there with your expertise!
Jun
9
asked Is $object_type truly required with register_taxonomy()?
Jun
8
comment Add a Jquery Datepicker to custom field in post edit
Awesome dude, thanks for taking the time to post this. This looks like it was done pretty much the "right" way too. Thanks!