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To determine the existence of these template tag calls, you'd have to read the contents of the current Theme's header.php and footer.php template files (and probably index.php, too, just for good meas …
answered Jul 2 '11 by Chip Bennett
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<script> tags go in the document head, not in the document body (or, if in the document body, they should be the very last thing before the closing </body> tag. Besides, if you're adding code of any …
answered Jun 12 '11 by Chip Bennett
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If you know the $Post->ID of the "most popular post", why not just use get_the_post_thumbnail() (Codex ref): <?php echo get_the_post_thumbnail( $id, $size ); ?>
answered Apr 25 '11 by Chip Bennett
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Did you try logging into your wordpress.com account, and grabbing your existing API key?
answered Mar 28 '11 by Chip Bennett
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It is a custom Plugin for WordPress.com.
answered Jun 3 '11 by Chip Bennett
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The other option would be to use any hooks available in the Theme, which would allow your Plugin to inject the slider at a filter or action hook. If the Plugin is deactivated, its add_action() or add_ …
answered Aug 16 '11 by Chip Bennett
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These are referred to as pluggable functions, and are intended to be able to be over-ridden, either by Plugins, Themes, or Child Themes. It is only standard for functions that are intended to be …
answered Jul 26 '11 by Chip Bennett
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Did you remove (i.e. delete) /home/usearname/public_html/wordpress/plugins/wp-dbmanager/.htaccess? If it's still there, even if you've copied it to /home/usearname/public_html/wordpress/wp-content … /backup-db/, you're going to get that error message. So: Ensure /home/usearname/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/backup-db/.htaccess exists Ensure /home/usearname/public_html/wordpress/plugins/wp-dbmanager/.htaccess does not exist …
answered Jun 23 '11 by Chip Bennett
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Looks like you've mis-named the function. It is the_tweetbutton(), rather than tweetbutton(). Also, you should always wrap Plugin-added function calls in if (function_exists()) conditional wrappers. …
answered May 5 '11 by Chip Bennett
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Assuming the Parent Theme's Widget is registered at the widgets_init hook, all you need to do is wrap your unregister_widget() call inside of a function, hook that function into widgets_init, and give …
answered Jun 6 '11 by Chip Bennett
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I would recommend filtering author_link, which filters the returned output of get_author_posts_url(): $link = apply_filters('author_link', $link, $author_id, $author_nicename); Filter like so: fun …
answered Dec 4 '12 by Chip Bennett
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() directly. I've written a tutorial on implementing the Settings API in Themes; Plugins would be almost identical, except they would use add_options_page() instead of add_appearance_page(). More specific answers would require a more specific question. …
answered Dec 12 '12 by Chip Bennett
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IMHO, the best approach is either to fork the Plugin to maintain your changes, or else submit patches to the Plugin developer, to have your changes made a part of the original Plugin. Creating a "Chi …
answered Jul 14 '11 by Chip Bennett
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So, what's happening is that the_title_attribute(), which outputs the title attribute in the Recent Posts widget links, calls get_the_title(); thus, your the_title filter is being applied to the strin …
answered Jan 19 '13 by Chip Bennett
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This question is borderline "not constructive", because it's going to solicit opinion rather than objective fact or expertise. That said: my opinion is: By default the Plugin should not touch user- …
answered May 17 '13 by Chip Bennett

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