Since a recent billing address update, I’m having trouble using my Payoneer card online in about 95% of websites. I suspect its due to Mastercard’s pre-purchase card info validation process returning “invalid” due to address miss-match. The card works in 5% of sites, but I guess these don’t use that extra validation. Can you look into this issue please?
ps. I’ve recently sent you a direct email about the topic. Also tried using the Payoneer online contact form is not validating it’s fields correctly and can’t be sumbitted.
pps. Anyone else experiencing this problem?
TommusRhodus saidthere’s no emulation involved.
Just be careful though mate, think in terms of an emulator you install on a PC, in theory you’re just running, let’s say, a PS2 through your PC hardware, the thing is, these emulators are usually quite poorly optimised and end up need an order of magnitude more power than the original just to compete.
Plugins are fine, point is that you will have to add explicit support for the retina plugin if you want a more optimized solution.
For instance, your theme could detect a plugin using retina.js and add data-at2x attribute where relevant, this would at least avoid those extra HEAD requests.
Page title is also wrong so you can’t quick find the correct browser tab.
We’re also stuck in the queue, though not as long as the OP.
The problem with queue delays is that they are always followed by a deluge of files, meaning those at the font of the queue get swept off the homepage at lightspeed, ruining their sales potential. Hate that.
Does it work with xcode iphone/ipad simulator on IOS 7 ?
I don’t know, i’m not that smart. I just know this from practice. Even if i do a total database import by the book the serialized data doesn’t show up in the other install.. I’ve used serialized data for sliders in the past and they did not import properly no matter what. Not with backup plugins, not with db movement, not with import files, not with anything..
That can happen if you have newlines in the serialized data but, in general, it’s imported just fine. And you can fix the newlines issue when saving your custom meta.
Even if you don’t replace strings in serialized data, they will still not import. So if you set up a separate “import wp install” and don’t touch the .xml file at all, you still won’t be able to import the serialized data (not without extra code of course).
why not ?