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srhnbr says
digitalimpact said
Have you tried setting dir=rtl on the table cells? I remember that saved me one time when I was creating a template in Hebrew.

Wonderful! It works now

Thank you ever so much for that :)

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srhnbr says

Hey everyone,

I am working on RTL HTML emails. I have the email displaying just fine except in Hotmail and Yahoo mail so I was wondering if anyone can point me to the right direction here.

I have set

<html dir="rtl" />

and

<body style="direction:rtl;unicode-bidi:embed;" />

Google mail, AOL mail and Thunderbird are fine which is good.

What do I need to do for Hotmail and Yahoo to display RTL ?

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kops said

Hi Sarah,

Absolutely! Do you have my contact details from the support requests?

J

Hey Jon, could you email me from my profile page? I would love to talk to you about this further!

Sarah

*edit: I found your email so I’ll email you now. If you don’t receive anything within the next 30 min could you please email me?

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kops said

Hi Sarah – I’m a huge fan of your themes and through various different clients’ accounts here have purchased several, multiple times.

It’s clear you’ve spent a lot of time writing this documentation as it’s extensive and herein may lie the issue. With the greatest of respect, it’s time to have a look at re-designing it and making it cleaner and easier to follow.

There are 14 pdf documents for the Furniture Store and the information is very cramped in there and it’s quite tricky to go through them all looking for a specific pieice of help or info. I’d like to consider myself a fairly intelligent chap and I’ve missed several instructions in these PDFs.

You may find the support requests hugely reduced by starting again with the docs and also having a catgorised FAQ system for the themes on your support site rather than the search results appraoch taken at the moment. While this will never cut out the ‘How do I create a new page’ type requests, it should still help!

Just a few thoughts. Keep up the great work.

Jon.

I completely agree with you! This is why I have revisited the documentation. I’ve re-writen the entire thing and as of version 2.0 (which is soon coming out) the documentation will be accessible online :)

I’m quite pleased with the result so time will tell if my buyers are too.

So you think the FAQ /Wiki pages should rather be categorized? I would need some help with that. Interested?

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srhnbr says

Thanks for replying guys!

Our support (theme set-up issues, bug reports etc) is also free and it will stay like that. But like Parallelus said we don’t do any custom requests.

Even so, I’ve been feeling a little too overwhelmed lately by the sheer amount of support that comes our way – and this mainly for issues that people could resolve for themselves if only they followed the documentation and help articles we provide.

We provide a lot of self-help troubleshooting articles from the most basic questions (“How do I create a WordPress post?”) to the very advanced ones. But still. It is as people don’t want to even bother!

It’s always easier I guess to send an email rather than research a little youself :|

oh well..

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srhnbr says

Hey everyone. Was wondering if any one of you charges for support requests and if so, what let you to that decision.

Curious if anyone will reply actually…

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srhnbr says

so, three lesson from here…
1) don’t use ‘exclude_from_search’ => true when registering your public post type, if you need to display it in archive page.
2) don’t register custom taxonomy with priority lower than priority for registering associated post type. ollie register taxonomy using priority 0, and register post type using priority 10 (default).
3) no need to run custom query on taxonomy/category/post_tag archive page, that will break your pagination.

Thanks for sharing :)

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srhnbr says

How about something like:

//Validate numbers like 123-456-7890

function validate_num ( $num) {
   return preg_match( '/^\d{3}-\d{3}-\d{4}$/', $num) );
}

Adjust as needed.

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srhnbr says

I had the same problem once and I wrote about it here in the forums: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/custom-post-types-pagination-and-404-not-found-pages/32264

Could it be that you have the same problem?

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srhnbr says

http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_enqueue_script

Can you tell me why it’s better to add a hook on ‘template_redirect’ instead of ‘wp_print_scripts’?

Well, you should definitely not use ‘wp_print_scripts’ because that same source: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_enqueue_script recomends not to.

Note: This function will not work if it is called from a wp_head action, as the tags are output before wp_head runs. Instead, call wp_enqueue_script from an init action function (to load it in all pages), template_redirect (to load it in public pages only), or admin_print_scripts (for admin pages only). Do not use wp_print_scripts (see here for an explanation).

From the above you see that

the wp_print_scripts should be avoided,

the init hook that ParkerAndKent suggested will load your script on all pages, admin and public (back-end and front-end) whereas

the template_redirect will load your script only on the front-end which makes sense from a performance stand-point.

Hope that helps :)

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