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How PHP Globals Work

jsandahl • November 14, 2012

I had a reminder of how globals work recently. I was trying to perform a WordPress query using the $wpdb global for the database. The global was declared at the top of the file like this:…

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jQuery / Javascript

WordPress e-Commerce flat rate shipping patch!

jordanrodriguez • November 13, 2012

Ok so we have seen that there have been multiple attempts to fix this shipping input problem on WordPress. I spent sometime this morning looking up a work around that should fix this problem. First thing…

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How to Format Current Menu and Submenu Items Simultaneously with WordPress

jsandahl • October 23, 2012

Yes. I’m now doing a WordPress site. One of the biggest advantages to WordPress is its automatically-generated CSS classes. It automatically generates classes for just about any event, which is really helpful for the developer. So…

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Linux

403 Forbidden on WordPress Stylesheet

jsandahl • August 8, 2012

So you’re editing away on the server and all the sudden, your styling disappears. Disconcerting? Absolutely. But you’ve come to the right place for a solution. One of two things could be happening with a permissions…

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7 Reasons to Love Formidable Pro

Tim Barsness • July 30, 2012

Our team has been using Formidable Pro since we bought a license a month ago. Formidable has taken the load off us as far as user input goes on WordPress websites. We’re using it for anything…

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How to Integrate Zendesk with WordPress

jsandahl • July 26, 2012

Zendesk is a fully-featured support tool, featuring support tickets, live chat, email messaging, and all the other things you need for supporting your business. If you want the ultimate user experience, though, you don’t want to…

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jQuery / Javascript

Why Will My Form Not Validate?

jsandahl • July 17, 2012

After spending nearly four hours debugging a script, there is a definite answer. But before I give you the answer, let me walk you through what happened. I’ve validated forms before using the jQuery.validate.js extension. It’s…

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Canonical URLs: How to Disable in WordPress

Sarah Berg • December 18, 2011

Canonical URL tags help eliminate self-created duplicate content in the index, which is an important addition to good SEO practices. In the newer version of wordpress (version 2.9+) they included and canonical URL function.  Since any…

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Getting excited for WordPress 3.0

Tim Barsness • April 8, 2010

I’m going to just come out right away and say I am not a big fan of WordPress MU. There seems to always be plugin compatibility issues and getting multiple real top level domains to work…

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Userfly Analytics for WordPress

Tim Barsness • April 7, 2010

If you haven’t heard about Userfly you should go check it out. It basically records what your visitors are doing on your site with javascript then it allows you to watch a replication of that session….

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Drupal

Drupal vs. WordPress

Andy Stramer • November 10, 2009

I’ve been working on a Drupal site this past week or two. I had done absolutely zero with Drupal before that and had to essentially power learn the CMS just for this project. As this was…

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Getting $_POST variables in a WordPress Plugin on save

Andy Stramer • June 24, 2009

I’ve been making more and more wordpress plugins lately and it seems to me that a vital part is getting certain variables back once a post is saved. I had a bit of trouble on this…

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List Subpages Plugin for WordPress

Andy Stramer • June 3, 2009

Today I had to figure out a way to list subpages of a certain page in its wordpress content. After mulling around my options I decided I might as well make a plugin. This plugin is…

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Linux

Upgrading WordPress MU from 2.6 to 2.7

Tim Barsness • May 1, 2009

I know I’m late to the game but I tried upgrading wordpress from version 2.6 to 2.7 today.  I ran into the seemingly all-too-common redirect loop which seems to have to do with the wp-config.php keys…

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Listing WordPress Categories Inside the Loop

Tim Barsness • March 10, 2009

The Request— Be able to list all of the blogs categories inside the loop on a page or post. The Solution— After some playing around in the template I decided a plugin is the best route….

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