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After the second form </form> make a small change close the first two if's, and remove the two } from end of function </form><?php } } if(isset($_POST['zapisz'])) { $woda_ciepla …
answered Dec 30 '13 by sven
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As of now rtMedia Gallery shortcode rtmedia_gallery, doesn't support count as it's attribute. In order to limit the number of media, you have to change the media count from rtMedia Settings. Here is …
answered Jan 2 '14 by sven
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I'm using taxonomy_template filter in my plugin to load a template file for custom user taxonomies. This is the code I'm using add_filter( 'taxonomy_template', 'get_custom_taxonomy_template' ); fun …
asked Dec 29 '13 by sven
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Issue was with UT_TEMPLATES_URLused for including the template. I was using file URL and not file PATH which was creating the issue. Modifying the UT_TEMPLATES_URL, to FILE PATH fixes the issue.
answered Dec 29 '13 by sven
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add_action('admin-init', 'testTheme_custom_settings');. Action specified here is wrong. Update it to: add_action('admin_init', 'testTheme_custom_settings'); And it should work.
answered Sep 10 '17 by sven
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Something was wrong with the naming, I had to change the field names, and it works ok. From your code sample, this: add_settings_field( 'frontend-font', // id attribute o …
answered Aug 17 '17 by sven
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As you said per page/post basis, this would work for each post add_action('wp_head', 'add_link_in_head'); function add_link_in_head() { global $post; if(!empty($post)) { $alternat …
answered Aug 16 '13 by sven