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age 27
visits member for 4 years, 3 months
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Oct
10
answered Share same domain for wp-admin but for different website
Oct
10
awarded  Commentator
Aug
19
answered Uncaught ReferenceError:switchEditors is not defined
Jan
15
awarded  Scholar
Jan
15
accepted Adding a cover image to video shortcode
Jan
12
asked Adding a cover image to video shortcode
May
14
comment Wordpress schedule posting not working
Chathu, did you manage to fix the problem with W3 Total Cache or you just stopped using it? I got the same issue with the plugin, but I don't want to deactivate it as I need it...
May
24
answered have_comments not true for logged out visitors?
May
24
comment have_comments not true for logged out visitors?
Hey, Jonathan Wold, have you solved your problem? I've got the same case in a MultiSite installation and it's driving me crazy. have_comments() returns false, yet I can't find a plugin that's messing with the comments. Further more, I found out that when a logged out user post a comment, immediately all previous comments "magically" appear, together with the one, awaiting moderation... Another clue - in Codex is written, that it checks for comments in the results of the global $wp_query. Any reason to have it reset on user not logged in?
Jan
22
comment Check if post/page has gallery?
I was thinking of comparing strpos with something on database side... If you got a website with lot's of visitors daily and for some reason you don't have caching enabled, filtering posts on the query might be a lot better than doing that in the php code.
Jan
14
comment Check if post/page has gallery?
Isn't it a kind of resource hog checking through lots of (probably) big texts for the occurence of [gallery ?
Oct
30
answered Error : “Language is already enabled or invalid! ” in wordpress plugin qTranslate
Sep
3
awarded  Teacher
Sep
3
comment How many caching plugins should be used?
I don't have much experience in optimizing WP as I didn't need anything too flexible and stable (no heavily loaded sites so far). I'd suggest WP Super Cache, WP Cache Users, Css compress and a line in wp-config.php (which might overlap a bit with WP Super Cache): define(ENABLE_CACHE, true);
Sep
3
comment Are there any downsides to installing WordPress on Windows versus Linux?
Which is yet a matter of behavior of your environment and compatibility OS <-> web-server <-> database server.
Sep
3
comment How do you cope with the task of adding hierarchy to the navigation menu?
Yes, I'm aware of that functionality, but I'm interested in the cases theme does not support submenus.
Sep
3
awarded  Student
Sep
3
answered How many caching plugins should be used?
Sep
3
awarded  Supporter
Sep
3
asked How do you cope with the task of adding hierarchy to the navigation menu?