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January 15, 2015 at 12:33 pm in reply to: User Roles to post 34179
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January 15, 2015 at 6:47 am in reply to: User Roles to post 34151
Hassane Hassane


I have submitted the login credential for a new useradmin.

Please let me know what you have changed to get it working afterwards for future reference.
Although i have the site backed up, it is still a live site so i urge you to use caution to find the problem.

If anything disruptive needs to happen, let me know ahead of time please.


January 14, 2015 at 9:52 am in reply to: User Roles to post 34091
Hassane Hassane

I will. But does the plugin allow subscribers to create posts?
I have tried it with contributors, and it works. So I am wondering first if Subscribers are also allowed through your plugin, or do I need to make everyone a contributor.


December 15, 2014 at 5:32 am in reply to: Display Custom Fields ABOVE Post Body 32309
Hassane Hassane

I was able to get it done.
I commented 2 lines in function wpuf_show_custom_fields( $content )

//$image_html = '<li><label>' . $attr['label'] . ':</label> ';
//$image_html .= sprintf( '<a href="%s">%s</a> ', $full_size, $thumb );


December 12, 2014 at 11:57 am in reply to: Display Custom Fields ABOVE Post Body 32189
Hassane Hassane

I’m very interested in a solution to this problem. I want to do exactly the same thing.
Any hints?

I actually would want to put them in a table with the meta label and the meta value in 2 columns to format it to match my theme.


December 10, 2014 at 5:35 am in reply to: File Path 32067
Hassane Hassane

Can someone at least tell me which file in the plugin the loading of the file happens in so I can look at hiring someone to code it up for me.
My thoughts on the workaround, someone better at this pitch in (I am not a wordpress programmer, nor a php programmer)
Create 2 hidden fields:
One is a fixed test called path which you can load your upload directory path, this is a constant for where you want to load your files.
The second one is basically the filename. This way, your download file path would be the 2 appended which is a simple text string manipulation.
Given they are hidden, I would not expect them to be displayed on the post page.

I am trying to make the least amount of changes to any code so I can maintain the auto updates for the core, theme and plugin, otherwise, I will loose track of what I did, and a few month from now, it will break after some update.

Thoughts? inputs on how and where to start?

Then the next step is to figure out how to load them up for the edit screen. But one step at a time.

I really hope the development team of this great tool picks that up and helps.


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