What I do each time is replace all strings containing `wp-content/uploads` on my local development path, with the placeholders path on my server.
With SublimeText if your server is localhost, and you put the images on your server in a folder named placeholder you can just select all `http://localhost/themename/wp-content/uploads` string, and replace with `http://yourdomain.com/placeholders/themename`.
Then copy all contents inside `wp-content/uploads`, create the thumbs using placehold.it, upload to your server.
That should replace all path correctly even inside post content, and have your demo content ready to be imported
rayoflightt saidYou know this one rocks: http://flickity.metafizzy.co/
Swiper slider looks nice, too bad it is not working on older Android https://github.com/nolimits4web/Swiper/issues/1183
From our favorite isotope/masonry author
Actually last week was bad on the first two days (due to Easter probably), but starts picking up at the end. Hopefully this week will be a normal one.
Overall for me, this month is better than last month.
preg_match( '/^99/', $string );
That should do it flawlessly
It’s page 8 that doesn’t work on my followers page But it’s weird that Page 9 and 10 do work.
No, you should never go beyond the WordPress’ supported PHP version. When first developing WordPress themes, I though having anonymous function would be handy for apply_filters callback, but really you shouldn’t do it. Also, it was just yesterday that a client of me had the T_PAAMAYIM_NEKUDOTAYIM error message, he is on PHP 5.2.4, and the cause was just a mistake from me with static class variables in one line of code.
I just published a new theme four days ago, and I’m satisfied with the sales But I agree about the monster themes.
It’s really a waste if you delete it just for that message. Just fix it and you’ll have an item for sale It’s a very common soft rejection message, it has nothing to do with Redux.
Just look for all parts where you output your variables in the theme, and make sure they are sanitized properly before output. For html attributes like style, data-*, class, id use esc_attr and so on.
Right now I have an item in the review queue, and it does not have any widget areas. Let’s see what the reviewers are going to say about this