If you are trying to implement tinymce for your theme options page or plugins and the Insert/edit link doesn’t pop up the dialog after the button is clicked, try this: add_action( ‘admin_print_footer_scripts’, ‘wp_tiny_mce_preload_dialogs’, 30 ); add_action( ‘tiny_mce_preload_dialogs’, ‘wp_link_dialog’, 30 ); This worked for me as of version 3.1.3.
I was trying to use WordPress post titles as email subject headers in such a way: $subject = get_the_title(); wp_mail( $to, $subject, $message); However this became a problem when the post title included smart quotes, em-dash, ellipsis and the likes of them. My email subject ended up looking like this: Hey – This is my Post’s Title where … Read more
Neat way to load required css based on device screen width, instead of using media queries or loading all css: Nathan Smith shows how at adapt.960.gs.
/* proxy.php */ <?php echo file_get_contents($_GET[‘url’]);?> then, assuming that you place proxy.php in the same directory of the html page: $(“#content”).load(‘proxy.php?url=http://example.com’);
The default login session cookie is 48 hours. Although it’s usually enough for most users, it can be frustratingly short for developers and administrators. Here’s something useful for those who do not want the hassle of logging in now and then. Add this to your theme’s functions.php , or create a php file and load it … Read more
These are steps I went through to upgrade my databases after installing MySQL 5.5 from 5.1 on windows. Presuming that c:\mysql is the installation path of MySQL on windows, at command prompt: C:\> cd c:\mysql C:\MYSQL> bin\mysql_upgrade -p Enter MySQL server password when it prompts: Enter password: That’s it.
Update: This idea wouldn’t work well for now because I realised that at startup, Firefox still tries to load all tabs, and even those hidden in Panorama. I’ve been using Firefox 4 for the past week, and the experience has been great so far. One thing I realised about the tabs is that it seems … Read more
This is otherwise known as “Variable variables”. Let’s begin. Basically in PHP, we assign value to a variable like this: $var = “word”; If we want a variable whose name is the value of the $var variable, we do so like this: $$var = “press”; // $word = “press” PHP parses $$var by first de-referencing … Read more
After upgrading one of my websites to WordPress to version 3.1, the loops that contained setup_postdata() created a mess. After some testing, I realised that setup_postdata() will only return the correct data if the argument passed is $post, i.e. setup_postdata($post). I had used setup_postdata( $ancestor ) instead and it created a mess after the upgrade. … Read more
The below methods mostly uses get_template_directory() to retrieve the parent theme directory and get_stylesheet_directory() if you are using a child theme and retrieving the of child theme directory. Using include() and require() These are built-in PHP functions and you can use them to load template files like this. Note that they do not check file … Read more