We have one really complex theme and it passes theme check in under 7 seconds, so it’s probably not the plugins fault.
I’m ok with the changes, I would just like to have normal font weight on tabs, instead of bold, looks much better and readable in my opinion.
To sump up: All past ratings are “anonymous” because Envato did not specify to buyers their usernames will be visible.
From now on ratings won’t be anonymous so any new rating = you know the author.
Once you have a post object, it’s easy from there.
What would really help me out in deciding what script to buy is separate ratings for different versions. I’m always more confident in buying 3-star scripts when I see a long and detailed list of updates on the items page. Then I tell myself – ahh the author fixed all that and I can go ahead and buy. But currently I have no way of comparing reviews before and after item updates.
+1 a good idea
bluerooms saidThere is no popular hosting without negative reviews
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Thanks for the recommendation.I have been told both wpengine.com & siteground.com good for WP but they both seem to have negative reviews. Can anyone recommend any of them?
Both of these are great, I personally recommend asmallorange.com, mostly because of their amazing support, but also because of stability.
<?php echo str_replace(' ','_',strtolower( get_the_title())); ?>use this: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/the_title_attribute
Also, no need for
And in general, when you need to sanitize some string to be used in attribute, use this: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/esc_attr
if ( $page_query->have_posts() ) : while ( $page_query->have_posts() )This is enuff:
while ( $page_query->have_posts() )
Try checking your php error logs, could be that image fetching fails on your local setup for whatever reason.
Works flawlessly here.
Well I needed a pulse monitor too but yeah, good diy idea