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  • Resolved: It turned out to be my fault. I had removed the .woocommerce-checkout-review-order-table class from the review order table. It was necessary. AJAX targets that class. Totally my bad.

    Great plugin! Thanks for the great work!

    Dear Developer,

    If you’re interested in selling the plugin, then fix your Paypal account.

    Customer Taking Money Elsewhere

    Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: Plugin

    WordPress orders posts in reverse chronological order. I can’t imagine very many people needing to do it any other way for a basic blog. So that’s probably why it’s not an available setting.

    If you are comfortable editing the theme’s templates files, this is easily accomplished by setting ‘orderby’ parameter of the posts query.

    Here is some documentation on that.

    It sounds like you are confused on what this plugin does and how to use it. Judging from your complaint, you don’t seem to be using it correctly. It’s not fair to give it a bad score if you aren’t using it correctly.

    This is like saying your left shoe is a terrible hat. That’s not how shoes are meant to be used.



    Second that. Does not work in 3.8

    Perfect! Works like a charm. Couldn’t be happier! Thanks for the great work and speedy update.

    I have found a solution to this problem and have posted it below for others that may be looking to do the same thing:

    function get_docs() {
    	$query_pdf_args = array(
    	                'post_type' => 'attachment',
    	                'post_mime_type' =>'application/pdf',
    	                'post_status' => 'inherit',
    	                'posts_per_page' => -1,
    	$attachments = get_children($query_pdf_args);
    	$nbPdf = count($attachments);
    	if ($nbPdf==0) {
    		echo '<h3>Documents</h3>';
    		echo '<em>No documents have been posted for this product.</em>';
    	else {
    		echo '<h3>Documents</h3>';
    		echo wpba_attachment_list();

    Perhaps this will do the trick for you?

    List Categories
    <?php echo get_the_term_list( $post->ID, 'portfolio_category', 'Categorized: ', ', ', '' ); ?>

    List Tags
    <?php echo get_the_term_list( $post->ID, 'portfolio_tag', 'Tagged: ', ', ', '' ); ?>


    Actually, there is no way to categorize the portfolio posts. There are only two different kinds of tags. Just different taxonomies.

    I too would to like to be able to sort the posts into different categories like you can with a normal post. Are there any plans in adding the category functionality to this?

    I have also noticed that trying to filter using the executor_profile taxonomy does not work.

    For example…

    …does not return results despite the tags having been added to the portfolio post.

    While you do indeed need to define the alignleft property in CSS, you must apply to the object also. The image I see on your sidebar currently has the “aligncenter” class applied to the img. To float the image to the left you can replace the “aligncenter” class with “alignleft”. OR you can just remove it all together and the image naturally float left by default.

    So where you have…

    <img src="" class="aligncenter" width="200" height="180">

    You will need to change it to

    <img src="" class="alignleft" width="200" height="180">


    <img src="" class="" width="200" height="180">

    I noticed that the properties “.alignleft”, “.aligncenter”, and “.alignright” (WP default float classes) are already defined so you should not need to change anything in your stylesheet to float the object. Just apply the class to the object. However, you may want to add some margins to the properties so text and stuff doesn’t run into the side of it.

    Where you have…

    .alignleft, .left, img[align="left"] { float: left; }
    .alignright, .right, img[align="right"] { float: right; }
    .aligncenter, .center, img[align="middle"] { display: block; margin-right: auto; margin-left: auto; float: none; clear: both; }

    I would change to…

    .alignleft, .left, img[align="left"] { float: left; margin:0 15px 15px 0; }
    .alignright, .right, img[align="right"] { float: right; margin:0 0 15px 15px; }
    .aligncenter, .center, img[align="middle"] { display: block; margin:0 auto 15px auto; float: none; clear: both; }

    Or whatever margins you are using in your design. Hope it makes sense.

    Forum: Your WordPress
    In reply to: Review my Site/Theme

    Nevins – If it’s so important, then why do none of your sites validate? Do you not practice what you preach?

    [Links moderated. There was no need for that]

    Forum: Your WordPress
    In reply to: Review my Site/Theme

    I thought the post was to critique the website in question, not argue about code validation.

    Fact of the matter is 100% of users and 99% of web developers don’t care if the code if valid. Only thing that actually matters and people care about is that the pages display correctly. Only anal-retentive programmers that think they are superior believe that CSS and HTML needs to validate. It just simply is not important in most cases and most anybody that knows what they are talking about will agree it’s a waste of time.

    Seriously, when was the last time you left a site because the code didn’t validate? You kidding me?

    I’m not sure I understand what is going on. You shouldn’t be adding a menu. You should be adding items to the menu that is already being used for your primary navigation.

    Forum: Your WordPress
    In reply to: Review my website

    Ug. Animated gifs? Really? I thought we left those in the 90’s.

    Looks like no time at all was spent designing this. As a web designer, it makes me sad to see stuff like this being done, but also happy because it makes my stuff look much better.

    Forum: Your WordPress
    In reply to: Review my Site/Theme

    Nobody gives a crap if your site validates or not. Especially considering it is almost impossible to validate when using css3 properties as you are. Maybe it’s important where Andrew works that his code validates, but in the real-world it’s usually not of any concern.

    • Looks good. I like the simple design.
    • Loads slowly. I assume this is on shared hosting which will explain the lag when loading. Sometimes times out without loading entire page.
    • “Comments RSS” link in footer goes to broken/missing page
    • I like the use of shortcodes
    • Good job on making it device responsive. All sites built nowadays should be doing this.

    Overall, I think it’s a nice clean responsive design. Good work.

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