8,377 reputation
12156
bio website kathyisawesome.com
location
age
visits member for 4 years
seen yesterday

WordPress and WooCommerce developer. I like writing plugins, making guacamole, having adventures and saving the day.

From now until May 15, I will answer any and all WooCommerce/WordPress questions (that I can) that in exchange for a donation to the USA Women's National Team.


Jun
26
awarded  Revival
Jun
24
awarded  Yearling
Jun
16
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
5
revised Adding line breaks to nav menu items
added 16 characters in body
Jun
5
comment Adding line breaks to nav menu items
Just check that it isn't is_admin() then.
May
29
awarded  Nice Question
May
20
awarded  Necromancer
May
13
awarded  Enlightened
May
13
awarded  Nice Answer
May
10
comment Query Multiple Post types each with own meta query
Well I read the comments! I didn't expect to get so many really great responses to this. I'm busy getting ready to move across the Atlantic, but I will try to test these out tomorrow.
May
8
comment Query Multiple Post types each with own meta query
Thank you both for the great comments. I have some more research to do obviously. I don't have anything exact at this point was just kind of mulling it around in my head.
May
8
asked Query Multiple Post types each with own meta query
May
7
comment Can't seem to get JQuery working (wordpress plugin)
Cool. Glad you got it working. Had a typo or 2 that I just fixed and was having trouble getting things to run locally for a test.
May
7
revised Can't seem to get JQuery working (wordpress plugin)
typos
May
7
comment Can't seem to get JQuery working (wordpress plugin)
You can always keep wp_enqueue_script('jquery'); but jQuery should load by default in the admin.
May
7
revised Can't seem to get JQuery working (wordpress plugin)
print scripts in footer
May
7
comment Can't seem to get JQuery working (wordpress plugin)
I would also advise not loading google's jquery. And I would load the script in the footer to be sure that jquery has already loaded. I'll edit here in a second.
May
7
comment Allow only 1 taxonomy per custom post type
I had to do that once, so I wrote a plugin called Radio Buttons for Taxonomies that will restrict a taxonomy to only 1 term.
May
7
answered Can't seem to get JQuery working (wordpress plugin)
May
3
comment Rewrite Rules for Multiple (more than 2) Taxonomies
For future, future reference... I am pretty sure adding rewrite rules to init is not a good idea.