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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
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comment Timepicker-addon doesn't show - Datepicker works fine?
Thank you for documenting this working solution. Works fine using wp_register_script and then wp_enqueue_script too.
Feb
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accepted Updating parent themes vs. updating starter theme
Feb
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comment Updating parent themes vs. updating starter theme
I didn't realize that I could effectively use a starter theme as a parent theme. Thanks for introducing me to those revision control tools. I guess one can have one's cake and eat it.
Feb
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comment Updating parent themes vs. updating starter theme
To answer your question, the "updates" I'm referring to are the code changes that occur when a new version of a theme is released and thereafter installed. I'm not referring to core WordPress updates. Thanks for sharing your experience with starter themes.
Feb
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asked Updating parent themes vs. updating starter theme
Feb
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comment WordPress frameworks and parent themes
The fact that it's free, just like WordPress, is a huge driver for me. It's a matter of principle more so than frugality. Additionally, support is excellent. Thematic's forum community have always yielded answer to my questions within 1-2 days.
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comment Get PHP Fatal error on globalized $wpdb: Call to a member function insert() on a non-object- I have no clue. What to do?
Have I missed something or have you not posted your eventual solution?
Sep
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
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comment Cannot enqueue jQuery correctly using Google CDN
After all that, it turns out I was using an outmoded CDN for the selectmenu UI widget. After speaking with the author of the jQuery selectmenu, I was advised that currently no CDN exists and that I had to upload the files to my website. It now works with the default jQuery that comes with WordPress (no longer a need to deregister jQuery or rely on CDNs). Long story short (and with reference to your last comment), I can now stick with the scripts included with WordPress. Here's the working code and instructions for anyone who might need it: pastebin.com/DCZzmwUv
Sep
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Sep
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accepted Cannot enqueue jQuery correctly using Google CDN
Sep
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comment Cannot enqueue jQuery correctly using Google CDN
Solution 3 (UI included in WP 3.5): Didn’t need to research this solution but have contacted author of fnagel selectmenu to figure out why the script won’t work with the jQuery WordPress library. github.com/fnagel/jquery-ui/issues/266
Sep
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comment Cannot enqueue jQuery correctly using Google CDN
Fix: I changed the function to target wp_head instead of wp_enqueue_scripts and now the datepicker, button and selectmenu work together. In fact, all three UI widgets well with my jQuery based navigation menu once activated. To continue best practice, I enqueued to script for my navigation menu even though at this stage it wasn’t causing conflicts. Working code can be viewed here: pastebin.com/bxZGzjKE.
Sep
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comment Cannot enqueue jQuery correctly using Google CDN
Solution 1 (Using Google CDN and enqueueing nothing else): Datepicker works but the jQuery UI button does not work. Solution 2 (Dequeue conflicting scripts using the function found in the Codex): Datepicker and button work but now the selectmenu script doesn’t work.
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asked Cannot enqueue jQuery correctly using Google CDN
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asked Forcing nickname as display_name in custom edit profile template
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accepted How to check if a user (not current user) is logged in?
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comment How to check if a user (not current user) is logged in?
Thanks, I've finally figured it out. I replaced the $time_limit variable. The code in PASTEBIN, on line 27, seemed to be missing a rounded and square bracket to work. I've tested it by logging in three to four accounts using separate browsers for each. It seems to be working great. Thanks! I added the final code to the question (above).