Alex Mangini

Austin, TX

kolakube.com

Age: 20

19 year old designer, founder of Kolakube.com.


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comment Looping through extended methods: Invalid argument supplied for foreach()
Yes, I defined it so the extended classes could overwrite that empty method. Otherwise, I'd get the error that $this->options() is an undefined method.
Feb
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comment Looping through extended methods: Invalid argument supplied for foreach()
That does get rid of the error, but I do need that foreach to loop through each case of $this->options() from the extended classes, and it still doesn't do that for a reason I can't figure out. :/
Feb
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comment Looping through extended methods: Invalid argument supplied for foreach()
@fedorqui, they do come out as arrays, but they're all separate. I'm thinking I may need to merge all the different instances of $options into one array maybe?
Feb
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comment Looping through extended methods: Invalid argument supplied for foreach()
Hey @Dukeling, this is PHP.
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comment Trouble accessing a multidimensional array to add classes to default WordPress widgets
Guess you can't trust all the code you get off the Internet, huh? Thanks for taking the time to look at this! :D
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accepted Trouble accessing a multidimensional array to add classes to default WordPress widgets
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Mar
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comment jQuery toggle() issue
Thank you for your input. This was the solution I did come up with, but it was pretty clunky as I am going to have about 10 boxes, and I feel like using $("#box_id").toggle(); could get tedious... so I am assigning as class to each box to streamline it. Thanks!
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accepted jQuery toggle() issue
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comment jQuery toggle() issue
Thank you for your input. This was the solution I did come up with, but it was pretty clunky as I am going to have about 10 boxes, and I feel like using $("#box_id").toggle(); could get tedious... so I am assigning as class to each box to streamline it. Thanks!
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asked jQuery toggle() issue
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