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bio website monkeyman.be
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I am a freelance developer, mostly web-based stuff. I don't like to re-invent the wheel, so I try to re-use existing components and focus on the problem-specific part. WordPress fits nicely into this picture, especially if you understand the inner structure.

You can contact me at [firstname.lastname] [at] monkeyman.be.

In addition to the standard Creative Commons license of this site, I give permission to use all my contributions under the GPL license (version 2). Feel free to re-use it in plugins, themes, or in the Codex.


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comment Making a plugin file accessible via url rewrite?
@noobcode: If you use this in a theme, you place it in functions.php. If you use it in a plugin, you place it in the plugin code.
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comment WP_Query with “post_title LIKE 'something%'”?
@kaiser: It's been a long time, but I think this was not possible with prepare(). $wpdb->prepare('LIKE "%s%%"', 'banana') would return "LIKE ''banana'%'", so we have to construct the query ourselves, and do the escaping too.
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comment Help with Wordpress custom url rewriting?
@Anand: You use my line instead of $newrules['data-page/data_id/([0-9]{1,})/?$'] = 'index.php?data_id=$matches[1]'; in the original code.
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comment Is there a way to use regular categories with custom post types?
@Rasmus: Do you mean on the category pages? Like /category/banana/, do you want to see regular posts and your custom post types mixed together? I think you need to hook into the query parameters and add your custom post type to the post_type parameter. But it has been a while since I used WordPress, it's not in my active memory now :-)
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