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You are just missing the concatenation operator. Your code should look like this: $buttons['Edit My Profile'] = site_url('/forums/user/') . $current_user->user_login;
answered Apr 3 '13 by Sunyatasattva
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Not really a Wordpress question, but I think here is the sintax error echo "<img src=\"" . bloginfo('template_url'); . "/img/sample-ad-side.png\" alt=\"Sample Advertisement\">"; to echo "<img s …
answered Feb 16 '13 by Sunyatasattva
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You use wp_enqueue_script for Javascript files in your theme functions.php files. I suggest wrapping up all the requests in a function and hook it like so add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'script_en …
answered Feb 13 '13 by Sunyatasattva
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If your slash.png is merely cosmetic, I would advise you use the CSS ::after pseudo-element, which matches a virtual last-child of the element in question. Then use the :last-child selector to avoid i …
answered Feb 27 '13 by Sunyatasattva
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The function get_terms has a convenient $args parameter which allows you to customize your query to meet your needs; in your case, it would be something as simple as: $args = array( 'exclude' …
answered Jul 8 '13 by Sunyatasattva
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Use wp_localize_script to pass PHP data to Javascript. Store the result in a variable by setting the echo parameter of wp_list_categories() to false, and then pass the variable in the object you send …
answered Feb 8 '13 by Sunyatasattva