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Mar
25
accepted Where can I find documentation for the WP_UnitTestCase factory classes?
Mar
25
comment Where can I find documentation for the WP_UnitTestCase factory classes?
@kaiser, I see where you're coming from, but the answer to my question will be a link. Surely you wouldn't expect someone to post the entire documentation here?
Mar
25
answered Where can I find documentation for the WP_UnitTestCase factory classes?
Mar
25
asked Where can I find documentation for the WP_UnitTestCase factory classes?
Feb
26
comment Connect Users and Taxonomies
Agree this is the best way. Note the second argument to register_taxonomy can be an array, so you can put post and user together and they will both refer to an identical taxonomy. Also note that this will cause your Post Count column on the tax page to be inaccurate, though you could quite easily fix it by adapting the tutorial code.
Feb
19
comment Single Responsibility Principle and WP Classes
It sounds like the JSON API plugin might be a good fit for your project in that case? wordpress.org/plugins/json-api
Feb
18
answered Single Responsibility Principle and WP Classes
Feb
18
asked How can I get W3 Total Cache to recognise Amazon ElastiCache?
Feb
5
answered What is your best practice to execute one-time scripts?
Jan
27
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
14
awarded  Caucus
Sep
22
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
3
accepted Can I specify post__in for one particular post type in the query?
Sep
3
comment Can I specify post__in for one particular post type in the query?
Thank you for the very comprehensive answer. #2 with some caching looks like the sensible option for now, will optimise to #4 later.
Sep
2
asked Can I specify post__in for one particular post type in the query?
Aug
15
awarded  Yearling
May
20
accepted Can I force get_option to go back to the DB instead of cache?
May
20
comment Can I force get_option to go back to the DB instead of cache?
ah, it's the same anyway. thanks
May
20
comment Can I force get_option to go back to the DB instead of cache?
not wp_cache_delete()?
May
20
asked Can I force get_option to go back to the DB instead of cache?