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remove_filter('single_template', 'gdlr_register_room_template', 11); That should do it. The original hook doesn't specify a priority so it will default to 10, specifying 11 should ensure that it's r …
answered Aug 10 '17 by Chris Cox
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A quick squint at your site reveals that you're serving it with Nginx, so a simple .htaccess redirect won't work. The following block in your Nginx config should take care of any stray locally-served …
answered Aug 10 '17 by Chris Cox
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You should be able to work around this by specifying your FTP credentials in wp-config.php as per the Codex. Generally this sort of problem happens when switching from a handler where the PHP is exec …
answered Jul 16 '17 by Chris Cox
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Your best bet there would be to register a custom widget which accesses the global $post object and outputs the specific meta fields for that post.
answered Aug 10 '17 by Chris Cox
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$sitepress is a global set by WPML, IIRC. Change your line 25 as follows: if(isset($sitepress) && is_object($sitepress)) { setlocale(LC_TIME, $sitepress->locale() . '.UTF-8'); } As a general rule …
answered Aug 10 '17 by Chris Cox
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First visit https://wordpress.org/plugins/yourpluginslug to see if your desired slug is in use by an existing plugin. If it exists and you don't want to change the name, a -2 will automatically be …
answered Aug 9 '17 by Chris Cox
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You should be able to back up your site through your hosting control panel. This is a better option than adding bloat to your WP install to duplicate functionality you already have elsewhere.
answered Jul 12 '17 by Chris Cox
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Easiest way would be replacing the core RSS widget with a custom job that reverses the feed items before display. Something like: <?php foreach (array_reverse($feed->get_items()) as $item): ?>
answered Nov 24 '11 by Chris Cox