I am working on a theme and I have a need to check for a specific value of the default WordPress category widget. If the user un-checks the option to show category post count, I need to hide styles. I figured that the information would be stored in the meta data table or something like that and I thought I had read somewhere that there is a plugin to show all the values so that you don’t have to go hunting them down in the database. Does anyone know what I am talking about?
I am working on a new theme and I decided to go with the standard WordPress add_image_size instead of adding in an image resize script. Is this a good idea or should I really go with the resize script? I was using aqua resizer.
That was funny
I saw that article. It is a very poorly written piece.
I didn’t see the thread but one possible explanation is that it might have offered security issues that no one else here has seen or thought about. People will exploit it. It’s like saying, “Hey, here is a bunch of pirate sites”. You don’t want to advertise that kind of thing.
you should send in a support ticket to Envato
not only that but the longer it takes the better. That means that you get more time on the front page which will increase your sales. You don’t want them to go fast man.
The reviewer has posted some information that I don’t understand. He has posted some links to some images.http://envato.d.pr/iYHR/1dmGMWCz http://envato.d.pr/wcru/3OEClisx
He tells me to only include jquery scripts when needed and then lists a bunch of required scripts to make the theme work. They are all loaded in the footer like they are suppose to. I am not sure how to only load required scripts only when needed. Is this some trick I am not aware of?
Got any tips?
Edit: Looks like a second upload has fixed the issue. Maybe the first one didn’t take. The error has gone now.
I have updated and I still get error messages associated with the plugin
Declaration of TGM_Bulk_Installer_Skin::before() should be compatible with Bulk_Upgrader_Skin::before($title = '')