Meador: Tebbo: didnt I suggest #css ?
Lokan: Tebbo: you have a css issue.
Condie: Scavotto: i’m trying not to copy paste code so I can pick it up faster. I feel like if i manually type it out i remember better
Ryba: Scavotto: but ya! it works :
Lazarine: Scavotto: so how come yours doesn’t have the offset error?
Chavous: It looks similiar to my prev codd
Haverstick: HowardwLo: i didnt look in to your offset error because it wasnt worth it. but mine works because it’s right
Barbiere: Tebbo what you most likely want is switching your wordpress editor to HTML and putting your code in. dont forget to put the CSS into a style tag. The better way would probably to edit the themes CSS and add your HTML to a custom template
Layman: Scavotto: what does offset error usually imply then?
Shaggy: When creating a template file that will be implicitly used depending in the slug matches e.g. mysite.com/something matches page-something.php, can that template file be in a sub-directory of my themes root?
Litman: Bigwax: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Function_Reference/get_template_part
Lokan: Bigwax: in short, “yes”
Gaskell: Scavotto: http://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/index.php?title=TemplateHierarchy&oldid=147497
Klinger: You can also use page-slug.php to call a template file for JUST that page
Altonen: Opsec: maybe I’m using the wrong terminology. I don’t mean a template from a component sense, I mean like that actual page template itself that would use components
Neris: Yeah Scavotto, I understand that, but I’m wondering if that can be placed in a subdirectory
Mcdannald: Bigwax: page templates in sub directories is possible with WP
Brace: Bigwax: but curious why
Echavarria: I just find it easier to organize them that way
Apperson: I have a folder for reusable component templates, and one for pages themselves
Tatham: Oh I see how $wpdb works Scavotto, I can’t wait to play more with it when I get home, just reading on wordpress.org now and looking at the examples. I might even be able to just use this instead of hooking into global $bp
Lokan: Bigwax: https://core.trac.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/changeset/20318
Dalin: Scavotto: in order to allow debugging in WP
Gurganious: Opsec: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Theme_Development
Nephew: Bigwax: so google “page templates in sub directory” . theres articles. then use page-page-name.php
Love: Emporio: have you run into this before or you just good at googling?
Guevera: ScoDal: you can use it in places where you dont need the global $bp and no helper functions exist
Bendzus: I tried searching, apparently my google-fu ****s
Leibee: Perfect, thanks for pointing me in the right direction, this will surely help me in my travels
Agni: I just saw WordPress is sending “pagename” to my 404? Is there really no way i could register a site/template to a pagename?
Blanche: Scavotto: yeah I have that page opened now
Grazioplene: Seriously, whow do you see the result of a var_dump in WordPress?
Dillard: Emporio: seriously. it prints it right on the page!
Rieper: I’ve trien var_dump and print_r
Williston: What are you putting in emporio?
Beachamp: Emporio: where? in what part of your code?
Weisholz: Scavotto: it doesn’t for me
Tanksley: Emporio: it does. it does for EVERYONE
Lysiak: Emporio: you probably have it inside of a conditional thats not running it
Lokan: Scavotto: only if php likes you.
Morlan: Emporio: put wp_dievar_dump$yourvar; in place of it