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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.


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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.
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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.
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asked Query Multiple Post types each with own meta query
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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.
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revised Can't seem to get JQuery working (wordpress plugin)
typos
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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.
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revised Can't seem to get JQuery working (wordpress plugin)
print scripts in footer
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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.
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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.
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answered Can't seem to get JQuery working (wordpress plugin)
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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.
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comment Prepare plugin options for multi-lingual support
What a thoughtful and thorough explanation! Sounds like a lot of effort and code bloat that I don't want to add to my plugin. I suspect I will leave the value as filterable (though technically isn't get_option() already filterable?) and allow users to do things that way. They won't be able to do it from the back-end, but those values shouldn't change often either.