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28. October 2011
from Blackbam
This little scripts help ordering WordPress categories by meta values - a thing which is not integrated into WordPress yet and which costs some time to integrate. 1. Create a meta value (or meta values) for categories to order by To order categories by a meta value the first thing which we have to do […]
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8. October 2011
from Blackbam
It is a common problem to detect parents or childs of pages and categories in WordPress correctly. The way WordPress stores relationships in hierarchies is not that trivial sometimes, so the results when querying are a bit confusing sometimes. It took some time to determine and optimize functions which do this job good and without faults, and I want to present these. As in this function I prefer working with page IDs, as this is the savest way to identify certain pages. With little changes it should also be possible to use these using e.g. slugs. Both of these functions can be used inside and outside of "the Loop" or loops.
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30. September 2011
from Blackbam
Recently we had an issue with the line-breaks in WordPress comments - the comments are saved to the database as they are submitted from the textarea in your theme, and depending on the theme so they are displayed. If your comments are displayed as HTML and there is no mechanism to add line breaks anywhere, […]
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2. July 2011
from Blackbam
You may have noticed that understanding and extending roles and capabilities in WordPress can be a bit confusing as a start. On the one hand there are the default roles: (Super Admin), Administrator, Editor, Author, Contributor, Subscriber, and they all have more or less rights (=capabilities) to do actions on a WordPress website, with descending […]
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27. June 2011
from Blackbam
Recently, when working on a WordPress website for a huge amount of users, a customer was unsatisfyied with the WordPress backend search for users. The default backend search only is searching for your search string in usernames, but not for first name, last name or email of users.   As most WordPress projects are barely […]
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12. June 2011
from Blackbam
While using WordPress on IIS 7 we were confronted with the problem that post loops without results or 404 pages on IIS where redirecting to the ugly default 404 pages of IIS instead of leading us to the WordPress ones. The most obvious possibility to solve this problem is to change the IIS server configuration. […]
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9. June 2011
from Blackbam
Recently I was confronted with the problem to have multiple user types on a WordPress Blog who needed to be logged in using an external service/authentication mechanism partly. But they all had to use the same login form for the system. A common problem? The WordPress Function Reference and  Codex do not document this topic […]
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15. May 2011
from Blackbam
A lot of sites want WordPress excerpts to have an accurate length to fit into a specified number of text lines. This can be required for design reasons, for example. The default WordPress excerpt length is managed by a given amount of words (default 70), which can be very imprecicsly when it comes to the […]
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31. March 2011
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Development projects should not be visible for public internet visitors in a lot of cases. Imagine you develop a project for a large company and the Google robots get you for some reason. There will be a lot of visitors who surf on your unfinished blog or website. There are a lot of Maintenence Plugins […]
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25. October 2010
from Blackbam
Code is Love - this is a very basic core theme for WordPress, which i developed in dependence on the WordPress standard-themes, the notesblog-core-theme and a lot of more. I use this core theme as a base for almost any kind of WordPress Theme which must be developed. It saves many hours within the development […]
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