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comment Best pratice to make taxonomy terms translatable without changing slugs?
thanks Simon, I think #1 works best; WPML has something close to #2 but creating new terms is probably redundant and furthermore will impose creating new slugs. I will go for option #1.
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comment Best pratice to make taxonomy terms translatable without changing slugs?
Using gettext for theme and other php/js strings - and normally I'd use WPML to manage user content. I was hoping to solve this by gettext. WPML can create new terms and map them to a certain language. However the guys at WPML told me that there's a limitation in WordPress that slugs need to be unique, so a new term has to have a new slug as well. Sometimes this is not elegant, because it may happen that different languages may use the same name and I didn't want to end up with slugs like 'name-2' or 'name-[lang_code]'. I've read that taxonomies support aliases, but didn't dig much further.
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Dec
10
comment Using/compiling Foundation SASS on live WordPress server
so it means nothing to theme developers? or is there a way to process SCSS using js also for frontend?
Dec
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comment Using/compiling Foundation SASS on live WordPress server
There's one thing that is not clear to me though. Yes SASS/SCSS made it to core. But how us theme developers will be supposed to use it? just use wp_enqueue_stylesheet? I did not find any documentation yet on this
Dec
5
comment Using/compiling Foundation SASS on live WordPress server
thanks, I will look into that one although I was hoping in something as simple and straightforward as WP-Less, without introducing new functions in theme - anyway I've inquired my host - WPEngine - they say they don't currently support Ruby but they added that if SASS/SCSS is becoming part of the core in 3.8 they'll definitely do something about it - thanks
Nov
29
comment Using/compiling Foundation SASS on live WordPress server
sorry there's a mistake in my previous comment - the plugin is "WordLess" and not "WPLess" (the Less php processor for WP). I've inquired WP Engine at this point, but I'd doubt they'd support Ruby. Also, Wordless I'm not sure until which point will be supported. I'd rather go for any core-supported solution, I'm trying to understand if what is pushed inside WP 3.8 Core can work for template development too.. Thanks :)
Nov
29
comment Using/compiling Foundation SASS on live WordPress server
the only I've found is WPLess but requires Ruby and I'm not sure if WPEngine, my host, supports it. I've also just discovered that WP 3.8 will include SASS into core using grunt-sass, but I'm uncertain if it will be for wp-admin only or if the new feature will grant the ability to theme developers to do what I described above
Nov
28
comment Using/compiling Foundation SASS on live WordPress server
ps yes I'm aware that I might compile my stylesheets locally by installing ruby and compass, then upload the compiled css to server - I guess with PhpStorm this would be easy to do, but I was still wondering if I could do it server-side, I'm used to it
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