Internal site navigation stopped working on one of my websites on localhost. Links to archive pages, product pages, and the contact page just redirected to the wamp home page.
A client called telling me he got an HTTP error when trying to upload an image to use in a product post on his WordPress/ShopperPress site. Then he could no longer access any pages on his website.
One day, Outlook just stopped receiving email.It had been working fine for a long time. I got an error message about timing out trying to find the POP server. I could ping the POP server, so I knew it was still there.
An archive in WordPress is a list of posts, often times sorted by category, tag, or date. When you hear ‘archive’ you think it must be time sensitive, but it doesn’t have to have anything to do with time at all. That’s just a carry-over in terminology because of WordPress’ roots as a blog engine. […]
A function called from a template file that inserts part of a page.
A file that contains all the code needed to dynamically build a page, that is, includes all the structural pieces and then populates the content areas with the results of database calls. Even if a page is only used once on a website, like Home or Contact, the file that is used to build the […]
In Outlook 2013, I tried to set up archive files for each email account to apply to all folders within that account. No luck, Outlook only let’s you define one set of default settings, not one default set per account.
Finally got this plugin to work the way I wanted …. On one client site, we have a mixture of pictures, some we want watermarked, some we do not.
In another chapter of the open-source vs. custom code debate, this situation came about for me. I picked up a client that already had a website; a WordPress site with a “premium” theme. The advantages of the open-source WordPress code base have been negated by the proprietary premium theme.
Ever notice how WordPress uses the same words to mean different things? Tags WordPress pre-defined PHP functions, especially when used in the term ‘template tags’. In other languages I’m familiar with, these would be known as builtin functions. Same term applied to the WordPress construct that is used to apply a meta-data “marker;” a way […]