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  • Member Since: May 6th, 2011
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  • Created a topic, the width and height of the swf - auto-define, on the site WordPress Support Forums

    4 years ago

  • Posted a reply to WordPress Constantly Cleaning (and removing) HTML, on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    I found plugin "Save me" and think it`s solution for this case http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/save-me/

    6 years ago

  • Posted a reply to Random Post with thumbnails?, on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Try plugin "Related Posts Thumbnails" This plugin will add related posts thumbnails after the post.…

    6 years ago

  • Posted a reply to Using themes in plugins, on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    <?php get_template() ?> - Retrieve name of the current theme, as described in http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/get_template

    6 years ago

  • Posted a reply to Unwanted Link On Home Page, on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Thanks, it is CSS file and it`s clean. We need PHP-files. There are listed in…

    6 years ago

  • Posted a reply to Visual Editor not working on 3.1.2, on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Excuse me for asking, but do you see your profile (/wp-admin/profile.php) ? There is option…

    6 years ago

  • Posted a reply to Unwanted Link On Home Page, on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Can you show source code of current theme? I`m sure that it is somewhere in…

    6 years ago

  • Posted a reply to How to put newest post at the bottom., on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Try plugin default-sort-ascend (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/default-sort-ascend/)

    6 years ago

  • Posted a reply to Unwanted Link On Home Page, on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    I guess this permalink code is in theme. Try to open http://thedoctor911.com/wp-admin/theme-editor.php and search string…

    6 years ago

  • Posted a reply to WordPress Constantly Cleaning (and removing) HTML, on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    I think it is work of TinyMCE (visual HTML-editor of WordPress). There are two pathways…

    6 years ago