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Modifications to theme and plugin files to create new functionality.

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If they're in the same DB, it's easy enough. Pull them straight out of the DB using $wpdb. And there might even be a WP plugin or a BB plugin that does this for you. If they're not in the same DB, bu …
answered Dec 10 '10 by Denis de Bernardy
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There have been a few forks that sought to make WP work with postgresql. Best I'm aware they all died. Back in 2005-2006, there also was LightPress, which featured a much faster template engine. It d …
answered Nov 13 '10 by Denis de Bernardy
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It really depends on who your target audience is... Keeping them together: Pros: It's the real you. You won't need to worry about what goes where. There's always something (off topic) to blog abou …
answered Dec 11 '10 by Denis de Bernardy
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You're so ashamed to be using WordPress? :-) There's a filter in WP 3.1: $admin_title = apply_filters( 'admin_title', $admin_title, $title );
answered Dec 10 '10 by Denis de Bernardy
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http://www.google.com/search?q=javascript+clock+script
answered Oct 15 '10 by Denis de Bernardy
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Use: $meta = get_post_meta($id, $key, $single); With $single set to true if you don't want WP to return an array for unique meta keys.
answered Nov 1 '10 by Denis de Bernardy
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I use these two defines in my wp-config.php file: define('WP_HOME', 'http://dev.mysite.com'); define('WP_SITEURL', 'http://dev.mysite.com'); Mind the trailing slash (or rather, the lack thereof), e …
answered Feb 9 '11 by Denis de Bernardy
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The second wp-config.php file isn't getting loaded, for starters. :-) Even if you worked around that, though, it doubt you'll get it to work, because globals, constants and included files will be tho …
answered Nov 15 '10 by Denis de Bernardy
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It's a rather open ended question... Basically, the core menu functionality are in: wp-amin/menu.php (initialize/display) wp-admin/js/common.dev.js (fold/unfold and store state scripts) wp-admin/in …
answered Nov 1 '10 by Denis de Bernardy
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Short version of what Hakre said: :-) Check http://www.semiologic.com for WP release notes. As a rule, always upgrade your theme and plugins. I'd like to stress the importance of that second point …
answered Nov 17 '10 by Denis de Bernardy
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I've been doing this successfully with csync and an NDB cluster for years... Re other solutions: rsync works too, albeit slower. (Much, much slower; slow enough to rule out any file-based caching.) …
answered Nov 19 '10 by Denis de Bernardy
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Nothing built-in but you should look into the various sitemaps plugins. These will show you a) where to hook into and b) how to generate the file if you're not familiar with php file manipulation.
answered Jan 13 '11 by Denis de Bernardy
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Look no further, then. It's one of the joys of lack of referential integrity combined with workflow bugs. Please report this in the WP bug tracker.
answered Oct 26 '10 by Denis de Bernardy
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If memory serves, Drupal's lead dev summed things up like so last summer: Drupal is, on the UI front, where WP was 3 years ago; and WP is, on the feature front, where Drupal was 3 years ago. My own e …
answered Nov 5 '10 by Denis de Bernardy
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You could always include the stuff related to swfupload, yes. But there will be a better way in WP 3.1: you'll be able to use the whole upload UI.
answered Dec 2 '10 by Denis de Bernardy

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