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I'm a long time web developer, recently getting into jQuery for it's beauty.


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comment Remove 'product' & 'product-cateogory' from url - woocommerce
Great, I'm glad I could help. It's amazing what Google can turn up if you find the right query.
Jan
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comment Edit User Profile From Front End
This isn't an answer, just a question. Why would want you want to do this from front-end? Is it to rid of the wp-admin for users? + The picture may not have all of the required files.
Jan
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answered Remove 'product' & 'product-cateogory' from url - woocommerce
Jan
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comment Add multiple custom fields to the general settings page
Great, I'm glad you have figured it out, if you have any questions let me know.
Jan
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revised Add multiple custom fields to the general settings page
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Jan
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comment Add multiple custom fields to the general settings page
Edit has been made, that should get you 100% going. Let me know if you have any problems or questions. I did heavily comment it.
Jan
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revised Add multiple custom fields to the general settings page
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Jan
10
comment Custom post type title of each author in his own post
This would be in the function.php and call the function up on index.php using <?php display_oftera_post(); ?> but it seems I don't understand what your trying to accomplish.
Jan
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answered Custom post type title of each author in his own post
Jan
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answered Add multiple custom fields to the general settings page
Jan
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revised Programmatically Add Font-Awesome Icons to Category Widget
Lose spelled 'loose'
Jan
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comment Programmatically Add Font-Awesome Icons to Category Widget
@bosco I appreciate your revision, and while I did not accept it, I find it more than satisfactory. I appreciate the up vote. I really had no intention, and do not like to argue. I am glad we could come to a reasonable solution. I will put forth a better effort when establishing my original questions to make describe exactly what I am attempting to do. Once again, thank you very much.
Jan
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comment Programmatically Add Font-Awesome Icons to Category Widget
Well flag it then, and we will see what happens. I'm not going to battle over something. I tried to delete my question and it will not let me, so let the moderators decide the appropriate action from here.
Jan
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answered Wordpress: Getting a “Warning: call_user_func_array()” error whenever I install/update a plugin
Jan
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comment Programmatically Add Font-Awesome Icons to Category Widget
Oh well, maybe the CSS solution is the obvious for you. It is not the obvious for me, I'm looking at it on a different scale, so my interpretation of the steps to get there are going to vary. So, if this was not localized, it would not fall under WordPress Specific. I have a problem that relates to me, it might not relate to you, but not every problem does. I came here for a WordPress solution to something, and I got it. I don't know why we are still battling over something that has been answered. I'm satisfied with the answer.. leave it at that.
Jan
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comment Programmatically Add Font-Awesome Icons to Category Widget
Ok, well if this edit I just did doesn't suffice.. then you may delete this question. I would prefer no one to lose their reputation gained through this. If you could close it, that may be the better alternative.
Jan
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revised Programmatically Add Font-Awesome Icons to Category Widget
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comment Programmatically Add Font-Awesome Icons to Category Widget
Right, but now, what if I wanted to have the 'icon' float to the right? In my normal CSS I have attached it to li a:after {content} and tried: text-align: right and it did nothing for me. What I mean by this, to clarify, is what if I wanted all of the icons on the right of the LI with the text on the left. Say the ul/li was set to 250px, the text is always a link, but I had it set to block. Then I added the 'icon' and wanted the icon to sit to the right of the li. With the <i...></i> I can easily float it.