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comment Rewriting 'rewrite' slug for custom post type used by plugin
Doesn't make a difference, the code I posted above simply does not work. Also not with flush_rewrite_rules() applied.
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comment PHP: date "F" with setlocale not working
Thank you, I updated my question with the changed <?php echo strftime('%B', $event_date);?>. However I have the problem now, that my month is different for some reason? It should be "Feber" (february) and not "August" as it is output now.
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comment Rewriting 'rewrite' slug for custom post type used by plugin
Thank you, I updated my question but I'm not properly fond of the use of regular expressions and can't quite figure out how to use add_rewrite_tag(). My sample above those not work, however print_r($args) confirms the slug I want to rewrite. I want to rewrite projects with `spendenprojekte"
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comment Google Maps API: Move map center to a position on my page?
Hey dekkard, you can see that I'm already trying to do that in my code-sample in the question, but doesn't work.
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comment Google Maps API: Move map center to a position on my page?
No, this is not it. This is just to move it slightly besides this position. However is there also a way of applying this map-repositioning onResize() … so whenever I scale the window the map position is adapted?
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comment Google Maps API: Move map center to a position on my page?
Yes, it has an absolute position. But the marker should always be relative to the little arrow of this absolute overlay and if there is a smaller viewport but still a map visible at the right hand-side the marker of the map should be fairly to the right and not underneath the overlay. Even if the screen is too small that the overlay covers the entire map the marker should theoretically be underneath the right side of this overlay cause there is the little arrow. However if I remove the overlay in the inspector the marker is not relative to this little arrow.
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comment Google Maps API: Move map center to a position on my page?
Hey @dekkard … I have on last problem though. Your script works just fine if my page is at a regular width (like landscape macbook) the position of the marker fits perfectly … goo.gl/u489nd However as soon as I resize the page to a smaller width and load the page again the marker is behind the overlay and not positioned relative to the little arrow. goo.gl/k4rPYv I updated my question with the entire code I have, also I would be interested in positioning the marker on resize.
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