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I make WordPress sites for a living, mostly for nonprofits, as MRW Web Design.

I like supporting the WordPress community by offering support here and on the .org Support Forums. I've released plugins include Post Status Menu Items, Feature a Page Widget, and Advanced Custom Fields Repeater and Flexible Content Collapser.


Dec
22
comment How to remove programmatically added content from excerpt?
Welcome to WordPress Stack Exchange! Unfortunately, 3rd-party plugins are out of scope on this forum so you're better off asking on the plugin's forum.
Dec
22
comment Wholly Custom Permalinks example.com/a-b/slug
You're more likely to get good responses if you show you've done some basic research or tried something first. Googling "WordPress rewrites" would be a good place to start :)
Dec
3
comment Add CSS Class to Link in TinyMCE editor
I hear you. When I do this I remove the formatselect and switch completely to styleselect for all block elements and text styles.
Dec
2
comment Add CSS Class to Link in TinyMCE editor
I'm not sure, @rev. One thing I like is that this strategy generally allows you to separate semantic HTML elements from class-driven CSS styles (that are hopefully still semantic). I don't have time to do this right now, but just try var_dump()ing the $init_array above and see what's there. Remember that the TinyMCE 4.0 update in WordPress 3.9 made a lot of existing tutorials and documentation wrong. Check dates when researching.
Oct
30
comment wrong template for page of archive
Sure, but I think your rewrite rule to add the year is messing things up.
Oct
14
comment Use a Wordpress Plugin in non-Wordpress .php page
This question probably isn't technically "off-topic" but you're getting downvoted because of how brief and vague the question is. Please review the "How do I ask a good question" and include more details about what you'd tried and what hasn't worked.
Oct
9
comment Do not count menu items in posts_per_page
Potential duplicate: wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/52522/…
Oct
7
comment Customizing label/title output of admin nav_menu selecter
Possible duplicate: wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/141193/…
Oct
6
comment WP_Query on “property” in the options table
Howdy. Questions that primarily pertain to 3rd-party plugins are out of scope for this forum. Right now, it's hard to tell exactly where your question falls on that spectrum. If you can, please refocus your question on a WordPress development issue you're facing and not the plugins involved. Looking at your question, I think adding some additional code and background (what you've tried, what didn't work, what you need to happen, etc.) will help clarify your exact question.
Oct
1
comment WP function duplicating body content
Please paste your code into the post for both ease of reference and longevity. If it's not all relevant, remove what you can.
Sep
29
comment Display title list of all post of current post type
Also, make sure that you have more than one press post. Even if the pre_get_posts isn't working, you should see the default 10 posts per page.
Sep
29
comment Display title list of all post of current post type
Make sure you're on the post type archive page. You can find that with get_post_type_archive_link( 'press' );. The Post Type Archive Link plugin for adding the archives to menus is handy too.
Sep
26
comment Elegantly using JavaScript on widget admin forms
possible duplicate of Executing Javascript When a Widget is Added in the Backend
Sep
24
comment Not able to call value in the core files
Please add what you expect the value of $reguserr to be, what the value of $reguserr is (including any errors with WP_DEBUG on), and how you're trying to output the $reguserr value.
Sep
20
comment CSS code for “inserting a custom post divider” after each post
The code you've posted will put a divider only after the second post. It sounds like you want dividers after every post. Furthermore, there's a difference between a post loop in a template file and a shortcode in the post editor (though it may invoke a loop, you probably can't edit it). It sounds like you just need to add some CSS to put a border between posts. If that's the case, you should post your HTML output on a site like StackOverflow.
Sep
18
comment Hook in to add new post link wp admin?
I'd add a bit more code so people can see how you're applying that code.
Sep
18
comment different child theme for subdomain
Check out add_rewrite_rule().
Sep
15
comment Where is the sticky post option?
Good to know! (And thanks for answering and accepting!)
Sep
12
comment Where is the sticky post option?
Are all plugins disabled too?
Sep
12
comment Where is the sticky post option?
Make sure "Public" is selected. Also, I believe only Posts can be made sticky. Are you looking on Posts (capital P)? I can still see it just fine.