Posts by Smartik

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Smartik
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You can sell it for another CMS, but you are not allowed to posts the links in description.

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No no no. Let that f… rest in peace. Enough of IE8

Glad to read this. :D I hate it as much as you. :P

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Smartik
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Hi,

I think there are a mistake with the scores

WordPress

IE11: 100% IE10: 99% IE9: 92.7 IE8: 9.4 IE7: 0.22%

9.4% of the Latest 900 WordPress themes still supports IE8

Ahh that’s right. Fixed. :)

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Smartik
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All is ok on my side. :)

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I’m thinking to completely drop the support for Internet Explorer 8. Because of this, I’ve developed a script that analyse the latest themes fom Themeforest. The interesting fact is, only a very small number of authors still support this browser. That motivates me to forget this nighmare. Here are the results.

Latest 900 Site Templates: \\

Latest 900 WordPress Themes: \\

So, how about you. Do you still support it? If yes, why?

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Smartik
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Do do you want to show or hide the markup if the title is empty?

Based on you code, you may do something like this(not tested):
function s34_widget_title($title) {
    $title = trim($title);
    return empty($title) ? "\t" : $title;
}
add_filter ( 'widget_title' , 's34_widget_title', 10, 3);
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Smartik
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@silicioweb, I think you’re refering to a theme. You should post in the comments of that theme. That’s the right way of checking the widget title and display the markup if it is not empty:

if( !empty($title) ){
    echo $before_title .  $title . $after_title;
}
or even shorter, a single line:
echo !empty($title) ? $before_title .  $title . $after_title : '';
and a small html escape:
echo !empty($title) ? $before_title .  esc_html($title) . $after_title : '';

Hope this helps, someone.

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Smartik
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The best, in my oppinion, is to make it public, but to require a registration in order to see the code snippets, attachments, etc.

For ex:

Copy the following code in the file “xyz.php”:
[Notice: To view the code please register]

Or better download the attached file.

[Notice: only registered users cab download this file]

This opens your forum for search engines, you get more trafic, but don’t make the all data available for unregistered users.

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Smartik
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That’s not the “buyer’s guide”, it’s the personal oppinion of a buyer. I don’t even want to discuss this, because what is written there is absolutelly ridiculous.

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Smartik
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I don’t think framework is an issue, It should be accept if your item is high quality. Or you may ask support for best answer.

Thanks for your reply,

I am asking this question because there are no option about Materialize in Compatible With menu.

It is not included there because it is not so popular at the moment, but if the user base will grow, then I’m sure it will be added to the list.

Use it. Don’t worry, it will not be rejected if the design is good.

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