FYI. WooCommerce will not be included by default in WP Core. It will still be available as a plugin.
Question: @MossackAnme™— Very exciting move! Matt, will Automattic integrate WooCommerce into the WP core (like multisite feature), or as another piece of Jetpack (on/off)?
Reply: @Matt— Definitely not on both — WooCommerce works best as a standalone plugin.
Hi. I see that only the “get” method is supported. What about “post”? I think it will be great to allow this method also. As an example: posting a reply to a comment outside the Marketplace.
Envato educated me. Thanks to this.
Who even cares if it’s 600 fonts or 6 fonts? They are Google Fonts. Why note how many fonts contains the GFonts library?
So the question is: why use 2375 lines of code when you can use just 152 lines and get the same result?
@bitfade, thanks for this diamond.
Here is my solution for a quick fix: http://smartik.ws/2015/04/safe-add_query_var-and-remove_query_var/
Instead of adding everywhere esc_url, I better replace the functions names. So this is fixed with a simple global search and replace.
The IE is not anymore the default browser for Windows OS, but it will still be included in Windows 10. Win 10 will be shipped with Project Spartan and IE 11.
Thanks for reminder. Just updated a repository I have on Github.https://github.com/Smartik89/SMK-Font-Awesome-PHP-JSON/releases