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Web Designer, WordPress and Drupal Developer, Entrepreneur, Technology Geek.

Also, unnaturally beautiful, smart and extremely talented... - just ask my mom.


Apr
5
awarded  Yearling
May
8
answered Setting two top level domains for multisite
May
7
comment Setting two top level domains for multisite
Tried it, T., but it didn't work. I'm assuming the solution should be different for multisite? What kind of adjustments you had in mind if you don't mind me asking?
May
7
asked Setting two top level domains for multisite
Apr
5
awarded  Yearling
Jan
16
comment Performance concerns: index.php vs taxonomy-$taxonomy.php
LOL'd at Almost surely! :) ... on the other issue - I'm actually implementing get_template_part('templates/content', get_post_type()); and in index I add specific search boxes, ajax select boxes etc. for specific post types, taxonomies. I'm creating a loop directly in index.php only for one specific taxonomy. BTW - just changed the query_posts atrocity I made to pre_get_posts and now the pages are freakishly fast - it seems like there is no loading time at all. Thanks!
Jan
16
accepted Performance concerns: index.php vs taxonomy-$taxonomy.php
Jan
16
comment Performance concerns: index.php vs taxonomy-$taxonomy.php
Thank you. I'm familiar with the template hierarchy, but I actually like the way all the different archive layouts are in the same place. I really don't think it's cluttering, on the contrary. But that's just me. I think that my question really is: what is faster: the fallbacks or the statements. Great call on pre_get_posts! don't know what I've been thinking :)
Jan
16
asked Performance concerns: index.php vs taxonomy-$taxonomy.php
Dec
3
comment Slow site initial load time
Or maybe your CDN is misconfigured.
Nov
4
answered Getting RID of thickbox!
Oct
25
awarded  Talkative
Oct
25
comment posts_per_page doesnt work
It's up to you. I'd use WP_Query. The point is that $Poz is supposed to be arguments for the query, not a new query.
Oct
25
answered Short link to read complete post
Oct
25
comment posts_per_page doesnt work
It's not about 'no_found_rows' => true, it's about passing the arguments to new WP_Query
Oct
25
revised posts_per_page doesnt work
added 321 characters in body
Oct
25
comment posts_per_page doesnt work
Wait a sec. this is not the reason. I totally missed it. this should be: $Poz = array( 'posts_per_page' => 3, 'orderby' => 'date', 'order' => 'DESC', 'no_found_rows' => true, 'update_post_term_cache' => false, 'update_post_meta_cache' => false, 'nopaging' => true, ); $the_query = new WP_Query( $Poz ); The $Poz should be args for the new WP_Query
Oct
25
comment posts_per_page doesnt work
nopaging tells WordPress: look dude, I know you're paging by default, but stop this and just give me my X posts. So, less query, I suppose.
Oct
25
answered posts_per_page doesnt work
Oct
24
comment Title tags show twice
just the one in the screenshot I added