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In love with ASM, C/C++, Python and PHP/MySQL, dissecting WordPress


Sep
20
comment Does wp_logout_url() destroy a session? (Logging out question)
Thanks, @kaiser, I'm a bit rusty on my WordPress-fu, so you're probably right, init should handle both cases - front-end and back-end. There's also a nocache_headers hook available for places where browser caching was not meant to be, which includes all of the Dashboard.
Sep
20
revised Does wp_logout_url() destroy a session? (Logging out question)
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Sep
20
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Sep
20
revised Does wp_logout_url() destroy a session? (Logging out question)
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Sep
20
answered Does wp_logout_url() destroy a session? (Logging out question)
Apr
9
comment External Authentication
You'll have to load the authentication keys from each of the wp-config files, even if the passwords are the same authentications cookies are all the different on all three sites. But you cannot redefine constants, so you can either share keys (not recommended) or clone the keys as global variables. You'll also have to define COOKIEHASH and share it probably, since that's used in the core and cannot be changed. All the necessary functions are indeed inside pluggable.php but you'll have to plug to account for constant definitions and several other barriers. Please provide more information.
Apr
9
comment wp remove query
@user416096 don't forget to accept an answer.
Apr
9
comment PHP library that can merge stylesheet with inline style
@ltfishie yep added the answer from SO + added an alternative way of accomplishing what you want, hope it makes sense.
Apr
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revised PHP library that can merge stylesheet with inline style
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Apr
9
answered PHP library that can merge stylesheet with inline style
Apr
6
comment single page wordpress
All you need in your theme is index.php, style.css with a valid header; then read this this codex.wordpress.org/AJAX_in_Plugins and apply to your theme in functions.php, it's pretty simple really.
Apr
5
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Apr
3
comment Load minimum WordPress environment
Check out BackPress.
Apr
2
comment Error “preg_match_all” with Wordpress SEO by Yoast plugin
Joost de Valk has been notified, issue should be taken care of soon. Good luck.
Apr
2
revised Error “preg_match_all” with Wordpress SEO by Yoast plugin
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Apr
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Apr
2
comment Error “preg_match_all” with Wordpress SEO by Yoast plugin
It's a bug then. Wait for an update.
Apr
2
comment Error “preg_match_all” with Wordpress SEO by Yoast plugin
What keyword are you entering to get that error?
Apr
2
comment Error “preg_match_all” with Wordpress SEO by Yoast plugin
Just below that 476 line, write a new line and var_dump($job["keyword"]); exit(); then navigate over to the page that gives you the error and see what the keyword was, I'm assuming it has a slash in it...
Apr
2
comment Remove Widgets in Dashboard
Please paste the code you tried and more details on how you're using it in your answer, please.