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answered only show children of a nav menu
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comment how can I remove the sidebar from my wp homepage
@ChipBennett thanks for clarifying. I should have noted that. Bogdan, glad you got it sorted. I get that you used a page template assigned to the home page. But I didn't get what you meant by " I set the template to "designer page - no sidebar or page title" I assume that is a feature of the template.
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accepted Is using eval() ok in this scenario
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comment Set featured image size for a custom post type
Yes, he can upload any size.. but when its uploaded, wp will create an thumb version of the original that is 120x120. The image that displays on the custom post will always be 120x120 since that's the one you are calling.
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answered how can I remove the sidebar from my wp homepage
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answered Set featured image size for a custom post type
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answered When developing a distributable Theme, does it HAVE to be “inheritable”?
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comment Gallery Shortcode: using size=“full” doesn't call the actual thumbnail image size
these things happen ;) What confused me is that in the question title you refer to full "using size=“full” doesn't call the actual thumbnail image size..." But you were after thumbnail actually..
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comment Unix timestamp for post comment
@John See the update to my original answer. It will get you the relative time how "I think" you want it.
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revised Unix timestamp for post comment
revised solution to get relative date as on social media sites
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comment Unix timestamp for post comment
Yes, sorry, I did miss that is was for comments. But the same principal applies.. using 'c' as the parameter. comment_date('c'); Will give you the date format as ISO
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comment Unix timestamp for post comment
When you say "converts it into relative time (like the ones you see on social media sites)." Do you mean like "posted 1 day and 13 hours ago" ?
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answered Unix timestamp for post comment
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answered change widget to display excerpt instead of content