Never had to do this, but check out this: http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/31738/how-do-i-append-multiple-taxonomies-to-the-url
From my url:
What’s wrong with this is that sometimes users set up their folder structure differently, making the relative path declared in the PHP file above invalid. Another downside to this, is if you’re using Object Oriented approach to develop your plugin (wrapping your plugin functions in a class), you won’t have direct access to the necessary properties and private functions of the class.
For anyone that does not know this.
lol Dream awesome img
So now we come to conclusion you also took pricing tables code? Or you deny that (did not reply to slappit)?
I will be first to vote for removing items using class Original_Exe because it would be obvious author took it from my code.
Also, noone should have same function/class names as you always have to prefix your classes (or functions if not writing oop), and I realy doubt your prefix of choice would be nektar?
P.S I want nothing but success for all of us here, it’s just that we have to abide to some basic rules, otherwise it will fall apart.
P.P.S Yes Doru, we are aware of sara_p banners
All this talk is just because you don’t understand this:
- You can use GPL code in your theme and noone will say anything
- You can use and resell php code from themes/plugins purchased here.
- You can’t use code from other themes/plugins here (even if full GPL) in themes/plugins that you then sell on this marketplace
- This is based on a house rule and I think you can agree it’s a good rule, otherwise I would just dowload your themes, rename ids/classes and change design a little and would sell your themes, and we would not want that.
I know it’s only 6 lines but you also shown you don’t understand what I wrote above, and since you already had design issues with the same author, this was inevitable.
If it was copied from public plugin, what is this doing in there?
Nothing Envato can do, it’s PayPal’s blame.
If you need those functions in popups, you either need to prepare data before loading it or use ajax, no other way to properly do it (that I know of).