For those of you that doesn’t use ipv6 yet there’s a chance it’s still enabled in your system. This isn’t really a bad thing but the log files might get some extra unnecessary cruft in them.
I have just recently written a Web Shop plugin for some clients, but after upgrading one of their sites to WordPress 3.2.1 it made my checkout code flip backwards in ie7 and ie8.
I came across this handy little shell tool yesterday while I was looking up a WordPress function.
Recently I’ve been working with a client that wanted me to create a way to sort recipes into different types of food and under different types of dishes. This had me thinking about custom fields where you have meta_key and meta_value for each key. The client also wanted to use this in other scenarios so basically i started thinking it should be sorted on categories as well. The function takes one argument which is the category slug, it will then loop through meta_keys belonging to that category, secondly the meta_values and third each posts matching that specific value.