That’s strange – i recently did see Admin templates with front end pages indeed. I thought it was kinda nice – so strange they use that as a reject reason.
Maybe they want to cleanup and make sure it are admin templates only, to prevent getting some sort of ‘multi usage’ horror inside the admin templates section.
On a WooCommerce site i have the option enabled to always use the shipping address – but for some reason the shipping address fields are empty, even though an shipping address is known for the logged in user.
It did work before – but can’t seem to find any reaons it has stopped working.
Any thoughts or same experiences someone?
Reviewers can’t possibly see all the errors or other points at once.
I mean, with all those fully loaded, premium crap included, multi-shit + 50 templates ‘themes’ – how could one ever see every problem at once? – You can’t
Flexslider, you can do everything with it – just everything.
You could use carousel – or a normal slider which has for example 4 items per slide, slide QKBL said. It’s just up to the way you style a slide really…
Flexslider carousel with dynamic grid size is great for responsive sites btw – and always nice touch friendly.
You can’t use them for tax deduction as you don’t pay tax on these products because the purchase is outside europe.
Since updating a couple of site to WordPress 4.0 it can’t update the language files while it says so on the updates screen.
At the Translations section it says: ‘Some of your translations are out of date.’
When using the update translations button, after the package is downloaded i get the message:
The package could not be installed. PCLZIP_ERR_BAD_FORMAT (-10)
Just forget about that small loser person who does such thing, seriously – it’s the best way.
Forget the little wanker – he or she probably doesn’t have any sort of social live, has no friends, is ugly as hell and plain stupid! maybe is very, very short – so short he or she can never ride a cool rollercoaster and needs pillows to sit on at the movies because otherwise he/she can’t see the movie.
Go on, create nice items and have fun
found it – it ( i ) was seriously stupid..
I had imported the posts – turns out half of them got the wrong publish date so they where scheduled posts in the future
Still can’t find anything about this or why it does so…
I’m having a simple search form that searches only through a custom post type by adding the following to the form:
<input type=”hidden” name=”post_type” value=”posttypename” />
The search works, but – comparing to a search in the backend – it does not always show all possible results.
Also sometimes when i search for a particular string, that i KNOW is inside one of the +/- 1000 posts – it does not show any result. While searching in the admin with the same string it does return the proper post as a result.