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_rg_ says
Thanks a lot for the hint in the right direction! Its a loooot more fun to figure the rest out by myself! :D

Sure it is, i do that my self, each time i found a tutorial for something i like, i only read a few lines and then i try to figure by my own. is much better since knoweldge on how to do things, even if you don´t remeber the class and functions names, stays fixed on brain!!

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digitalimpact says

Thanks a lot Roberto! Gonna mingle with it for fun now :D

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_rg_ says
Thanks a lot Roberto! Gonna mingle with it for fun now :D

:) great and glad to know that!

I made it because i have many widgets areas and i become bored to go up and down and close and open the areas and in the way i said “hey, but why i can´t just see the footer ones?”...

By the way, while we are playing, any idea to implement such a thing or some more options? give me an idea and i´ll se how to do it.

All this stuff comes because the other day, some user here ask how to select just one category on the edit-post. You know, that you can only select “one” cat from selectors. Then i made a little jQ to do that. Users can´t select 2 categories, only one.

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