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I just create my first snippet on snipplr and I thought I would share it with everyone

I’m creating a wordpress theme and I’m using timthumb php script to properly resize the images and when I installed the theme on our demo site (wordpress MU) I noticed some problems. I then searched the internet and noticed lot’s of people had this problem.

It tested the function on a normal wordpress installation (both localy as online) and on a wordpress MU installation and it works. It would be great is some people could test it out and/or give feedback.

snippet -> http://snipplr.com/view/43129/wordpress-mu-timthumb-fix/

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