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Have tried your code and it works fine and infact it also gives out the details of each product in the orders. The code which i tried $filters = array( 'post_status' => 'any', 'post_type' => …
answered Jun 26 '15 by WisdmLabs
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Small changes in your code: //$id = get_the_title(); $title = '"The Man Who Wants You" – Amos Lee'; //$posttags = get_the_tags(); $posttags = array('AMOS LEE', 'FOO FIGHTERS', 'TAYLOR SWIFT'); $m …
answered Jun 17 '15 by WisdmLabs
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If the characters are html entities like &nbsp &lt or &#60 then use php's default html_entity_decode() function to get the content in proper text format.
answered Sep 24 '14 by WisdmLabs
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$arr_str = new SimpleXMLElement('<a href="www.example.com">Click here</a>'); echo $arr_str['href']; // will echo www.example.com Note that, SimpleXMLElement required PHP version above 5. …
answered Jun 25 '15 by WisdmLabs
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var selectedValue=$(this).children(":selected").val(); Use this for getting value for select tag
answered Aug 18 '15 by WisdmLabs
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product page using a WooCommerce hook. <button name="checkout_now"> Checkout Now </button> PHP code: global $woocommerce; $post_id = get_the_ID(); //you can directly use get_the_ID() as …
answered Jul 29 '15 by WisdmLabs
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Yes, it is quite simple, you just need to work in PHP. Consider you have 36 posts in a loop. $div_html_1 = ''; $div_html_2 = ''; $div_html_3 = ''; $div_html_4 = ''; $div_html_5 … post == division 2 ) { $div_html_2 .= "Your HTML here"; } and so on.... } } And in the layout, your code would be like, <div id="prefix_div_one"> <?php echo $div_html_1; ?> </div> <div id="prefix_div_two"> <?php echo $div_html_2; ?> </div> and so on... …
answered Jun 16 '15 by WisdmLabs
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Have just tweaked your code to achieve what you need. See, if this works for you - $taxonomyName = "age"; $parent_terms = get_terms($taxonomyName, array('parent' => 0, 'orderby' => 'slug', 'hide_empt …
answered Aug 14 '15 by WisdmLabs
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You can use the template functions given by Co-Authors Plus plugin such as, coauthors_posts_links() - Co-Authors Plus equivalent of the_author_posts_link() template tag. coauthors() - Co-Authors Plu …
answered Aug 21 '15 by WisdmLabs
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See, if your files are just simple php files (not hooked in WordPress by any way), the WordPress functions will not be accessible in those files. If you want to create different pages with different … . You will be able to identify them by their name. If you have added get_header(), get_footer() into your PHP files, that means you have tried to create nothing but the templates only, but it seems …
answered Sep 9 '14 by WisdmLabs
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You can check whether this plugin helps you to achieve your purpose or You can write your own code in your custom plugin with the following approach: Check if the user is logged in. Check if the cu …
answered Jul 8 '15 by WisdmLabs
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You can include this code by creating a new custom plugin which help you to stop this when you deactivate the plugin. wp_schedule_event(time(), 'daily', 'my_dailyClearOut'); function my_clearOldUser …
answered Aug 28 '14 by WisdmLabs