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you simply start buliding a shortcode string

var tabs='';    

$("ul.tabs li").each(function(){

   var title=$(this).find('input.tab-title').val();
   var content=$(this).find('textarea.tab-content').val();

   tabs+='[tab title="'+title+'"]'+content+'[/tab]';

});    

var sc='[tabs]\n'+tabs+'\n[/tabs]';        
send_to_editor(sc);
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I did get an email response from someone in support pointing me to the INVOICES tab which shows my deposits, but does not include receipts for the items I purchased.
well, basically those are your purchases.

For example when you deposited 100$, you actually bought 100$ worth of marketplace items, and you got an invoice from Envato to prove this. What you are asking: you can’t get a second invoice for the same purchase, am I right?

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here’s an interesting statistic: the average number of sales per wordpress theme is 503. it was 491 at the begining of the year.

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yes, there are

jplayer and videojs

Also check the html5 video compatibiliy table on the video.js plugin page. It lists the browsers and their supported formats

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awesome. very helpful indeed.

Bug: the content gets displayed twice for me

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You’ll need to have a second db if you want another instance to work independently.

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Hi.

Apart from the fact that you need to move all contents to the ‘blog’ folder you need to make changes to your database as well.

1. export your db to a sql file

2. open the sql file and do a ‘replace all’. You need to replace all http://www.example.com to http://www.example.com/blog

3. drop all tables from the db. If you want you can do a backup first

4. import the sql to your db

5. depending on your wp version you might need to manually modify the site url in the wp-config.php file. If you have wp. 3.5 you don’t need to do this

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you resize the image once. on the next request you check if the resized image exists

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^ Synchrotron is the new Pope

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the most convenient way is to use post meta and store the names of the users (or their ids) in an array

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