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comment github flavored markdown editor for osx
Atom is awesome, but it doesn't do any Markdown syntax highlighting. That alone is enough reason to use MacDown instead: macdown.uranusjr.com
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awarded Popular Question
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awarded Necromancer
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awarded Popular Question
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awarded Commentator
Dec
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comment Curl development headers with SSL support for Phusion Passenger 3
At least on my system, CentOS 6, with the repos I have installed, it's libcurl-devel. Didn't fix my problem, but still... :)
Dec
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comment wp_insert_post not returning post ID?
FYI, the solution to our particular problem was: eddiemoya.com/plugins/incorrect-datetime-bug-fix-wordpress
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comment wp_insert_post not returning post ID?
I'm having a similar problem - wish this weren't closed back in the day. Ours is giving errors (a warning, technically) when we try to create a new post in the admin interface. The warning can be traced back to this issue - I'm thinking it's a problem in our database somewhere... The warning message is: Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/xxx/public_html/wp-admin/includes/post.php on line 475
Dec
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comment Categories or tags based navigation ?
Not advocating one over the other - just that to make an informed decision, one needs to consider the advantages and disadvantages of each approach. Your (quite helpful) answer only addresses the advantages.
Dec
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comment Equals(=) vs. LIKE
This is the correct answer. We know what LIKE does, but this answer awesomely explains that using LIKE without % or _ present is not at all the same as using =. May your answer receive a thousand upvotes.
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awarded Supporter
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comment Categories or tags based navigation ?
+1 for the link. Excellent.
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comment Categories or tags based navigation ?
Ultimately, I think Wordpress' definitions of the two helps distinguish how they are different. Categories: codex.wordpress.org/Glossary#Category Tags: codex.wordpress.org/Glossary#Tag
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comment Categories or tags based navigation ?
It's important as well to point out that the strengths of each approach are also an inherent weakness. For example: categories are well-structured, clearly defined, etc. However, this organization requires concerted effort of a user/community to establish a category structure that makes sense. On the flip side, tags do offer great flexibility. However, this flexibility tends to lead to a much messier, inconsistent classification.
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awarded Good Answer
Nov
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comment Find path where PEAR library is installed to place in php.ini?
For those Googlers who land here because they need to know the path to Pear's PHP files: The best approach is to simply execute (on the command line): pear config-get php_dir
Nov
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comment Include path problems installing PEAR/PHPUnit
For those Googlers who land here because they need to know the path to Pear's PHP files: The best approach is to simply execute (on the command line): pear config-get php_dir
Nov
18
comment Git: committing a symlink to a folder
This is what I was planning on doing - any way to specify to Git to not barf on the unresolvable link? Regardless, I can confirm that the extraneous files/directories can be deleted after the commit has been created (e.g. after the symlink has been added to the index).
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awarded Inquisitive
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revised Why does dbDelta() not catch MysqlErrors?
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