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Jul
8
comment Filter Select results based on selection
further to get access to the URL params you want $wp_query->query_vars['myvar']: wordpress.org/support/topic/how-to-pass-value-in-wordpress-url
Jul
8
comment Filter Select results based on selection
I think you just want a javascript redirect for the onchange event then add in the param you want to filter on in the URL
Jul
7
answered I need to disable responsive feature of a theme called Meet GavernWP
Jul
7
answered Explanation of WP_Query
Jul
3
comment Workflow for working with git and WordPress
This is very similar to this question: wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/83046/…
Jul
3
revised Workflow for working with git and WordPress
Added my subversion setup
Jul
3
answered Workflow for working with git and WordPress
Jul
2
revised Show Woocommerce minicart widget in checkout page sidebar? And, how to make this update secure by overriding widget?
fixing grammar and spelling
Jul
2
suggested suggested edit on Show Woocommerce minicart widget in checkout page sidebar? And, how to make this update secure by overriding widget?
Jul
1
answered Why do I get comment spam even with Akismet and Captcha?
Jun
11
comment home_url on IIS missing permalink index.php
Yes - the code does get ugly, which is why I switched to modifying the site address which works much better. I only use it as they do use $is_iis7 in the source of the iis_supports_permalinks function.
Jun
10
answered home_url on IIS missing permalink index.php
Jun
10
comment home_url on IIS missing permalink index.php
Ah following on from your Adam Brown database I spotted this function iis7_supports_permalinks.
Jun
10
comment home_url on IIS missing permalink index.php
Thanks for this - I was hoping for an internal WP function along the lines of base_permalink_url or some sort, but for a custom bit of code this would definitely be the neatest solution. I think that home_url normally leaves off the end slash, so the slash should be the other side of index.php i.e. return $url . '/index.php';
Jun
10
revised home_url on IIS missing permalink index.php
added 170 characters in body
Jun
10
asked home_url on IIS missing permalink index.php
Jun
6
comment Using a database view = evil incarnate?
Ok, I see what you mean. Thank you for the excellent help :)
Jun
6
comment Using a database view = evil incarnate?
Ah - do you just mean use the functions in export.php? That only seems to be for posts.
Jun
6
comment Using a database view = evil incarnate?
I've been searching for the export API but can't find exactly what you mean. I can see that the Contact Form 7 plugin clearly does it correctly as it adds an extra 'Contact Forms' option to the list of possible exports in Tools > Export.
Jun
6
accepted Using a database view = evil incarnate?