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Web Infrastructure Specialist (whatever that really means) for a university Web Portal, built in house using Ruby on Rails.


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comment HTML Excerpt causing issues
@kaiser In defense of drtanz, I don't see any errors in the syntax, and in fact when I tested it I didn't get any errors/notices/warnings even when WP_DEBUG is on. I don't see this as being off-topic or too localized, as it really does seem to be an issue (it works fine when the Visual mode is default selected on page load, but doesn't when the HTML mode is default on load and then you switch to visual).
Oct
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reviewed Reviewed Adding first / last CSS classes to menus
Oct
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reviewed Reviewed How to find the page the front page is using?
Oct
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reviewed Reviewed Organizing Code in your WordPress Theme's functions.php File?
Oct
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reviewed Reviewed Displaying additional User Contact Information
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reviewed Reviewed get_terms() for custom taxonomy related to another taxonomy
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awarded  Custodian
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reviewed Reviewed Complex Search functionality. Advice needed
Oct
3
reviewed Reviewed Posts vs. Pages
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reviewed Reviewed Plugin needed to allow subscribers to post articles on the front end without admin approval
Oct
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reviewed Reviewed Excluding a custom taxonomy term breaks wp_get_post_terms
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reviewed Reviewed What is the advantage of using header-catname.php over is_category('catname');?
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reviewed Reviewed Securing Admin Accounts - Username Discovery
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comment How to Override a Pluggable Function
Try putting the code in your theme functions.php and setting define('WP_DEBUG', true); in your wp-config.php file so you can see what errors are being thrown. EDIT: by "the code" I mean your function override.
Jun
26
comment How to Override a Pluggable Function
Out of curiosity, which function are you trying to override? And can you provide the code (or a snippet) so we can see in what scope you are defining your function?