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bio website wolfiezero.com
location England, United Kingdom
age 28
visits member for 2 years, 6 months
seen Apr 15 at 16:07

Web developer living in the south of England. I specialise in front-end and WordPress development. Also have a keen interest in video games, snowboarding and animals.


Mar
17
awarded  Yearling
Feb
24
comment Performing a POST action on homepage goes to posts page
How weird, it worked though. Any ideas on why it only affects the homepage?
Feb
24
accepted Performing a POST action on homepage goes to posts page
Feb
24
revised Performing a POST action on homepage goes to posts page
added code example pre-request
Feb
24
asked Performing a POST action on homepage goes to posts page
Jan
27
accepted Is it advisable to use `add_rewrite_rule()` to serve a custom page?
Jan
27
awarded  Editor
Jan
27
revised Is it advisable to use `add_rewrite_rule()` to serve a custom page?
Changed title word "server" to "serve"
Jan
27
asked Is it advisable to use `add_rewrite_rule()` to serve a custom page?
Dec
11
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
4
awarded  Necromancer
Apr
23
awarded  Critic
Mar
22
awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
15
asked Creating a dynamic URL structure
Feb
27
answered wordpress on localhost lamp doesn't let me install plugins
Nov
1
awarded  Supporter
Nov
1
accepted Using my own user table
Nov
1
comment Using my own user table
Thanks for the reply. Doesn't seem like the best idea to link a foreign table to WordPress then. I think I will just duplicate the user info and then run a cron job to maintain the WordPress users and keep things in tight sync.
Oct
25
asked Using my own user table
Apr
27
comment Adding wp_ajax to a theme outside functions.php (on specific template page)
It's difficult to give full details on the project so it's a little confusing to explain what the flow is I'm talking about (more internal policy rather than WP). But this is using the correct AJAX method unless the method I described in the question is incorrect (wp_ajax and wp_localize_script) - I've done the whole ../../wp_load.php before and it's too buggy. I've been evaluating and debugging it a bit more and some other spanners have hit the works so it looks as if I have to do it as a plugin that's dependent on a theme. :/