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Jan
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reviewed Approve Add container to nav_menu sub menu
Jan
24
reviewed Reviewed Redirect all currently logged in administrator to a particular page when pages are already loaded
Jan
24
comment Redirect all currently logged in administrator to a particular page when pages are already loaded
Please always try to format your question into a readable format. Also you might want to edit your question, explain what the incoming request is, how it is performed and what the result should be. Maybe even explain the background in a bit detail so your use case and the possible scenarios can be understood and maybe different routes to handle that be proposed.
Jan
24
revised Redirect all currently logged in administrator to a particular page when pages are already loaded
added 42 characters in body
Jan
24
revised List and show uploaded pdf files dynamically
Fixed spelling
Jan
24
revised List and show uploaded pdf files dynamically
Extended with WP_Query example
Jan
24
answered List and show uploaded pdf files dynamically
Jan
24
reviewed Leave Open List and show uploaded pdf files dynamically
Jan
24
reviewed Close Setup private content for specific users with daily updates
Jan
24
reviewed Close Using Travis CI to run unit tests and running phpunit locally
Jan
24
comment Using Travis CI to run unit tests and running phpunit locally
Please look up what a CI service like Travis, Circle or Codeship does. In short, no there is no difference
Jan
23
awarded  Good Answer
Jan
23
reviewed Looks OK WordPress script file version numbers changing in live environment
Jan
22
awarded  Great Answer
Jan
15
comment $wpdb->insert - inserting multiple rows
I am very sure that your string concat in the foreach loop with ,/comma separation will not work. It will produce double commas at the start of the string. Still +1 for the link.
Jan
15
comment $wpdb->insert - inserting multiple rows
I'd suggest to switch the arguments order and set the implicitly required argument first: $table_name. Also, you can directly use $wpdb->table_name in most cases. Further more, from a readability point of view, you might want to set INSERT INTO {$wp_table_name} ( after the foreach loop so it's clear what happens in which order (loop, query rows, build VALUES array, then assign and insert. About your prinft arguments: There's more than string/int. Also there might be problems with non-default rows and strict SQL mode.
Jan
15
reviewed Looks OK __(): What if I have to pass in a variable?
Jan
13
reviewed Reviewed Pagination with custom SQL query
Jan
12
reviewed Looks OK Can you set envelope sender used by wp_mail?
Jan
12
comment Can you set envelope sender used by wp_mail?
What have you tried so far? Please search the site, try something, (maybe) fail, edit your question with where you failed. Thanks.