Wehunt: But here it is with just css if that’s the actual content : http://jsfiddle.net/Whirl3d/b6azwLjb/7/
Lunsford: Oh ou had to specify the width?
Lunsford: I tried: word-break: break-word; but that was doing othing
Lunsford: It are always 2 words, I am not sure about the length of the characters.
Sticker: You might want to ask the guys at #css, they may know of a secret way to handle that.
Everage: Fris, how can I find out the structure of $post?
Everage: I want to var_dump it, but I cannot do that in functions.php
Meehleder: Can someone recommend me a channel to get some advice on setting up functions correctly in wordpress
Everage: Is there anyway to debug that?
Schurkamp: Manrig, you might want to ask the folks at the plugin’s site. I don’t know that plugin and can’t really help.
Zeyer: There are simple instructions to setting it up but im getting it wrong somewhere
Cambric: Ill try set it up in jsfiddle
Shumpert: Can you look at demo no. 1 here http://designwithpc.com/Plugins/ddSlick#demo
Kin: Do you have knowledge of js ?
Kinloch: Im not sure the locations to use it correctly in my wordpress template
Vogeler: For ddslick to work with the wp nav menu, you will need to do a walker
Vogeler: A walker formats the output of the html
Glasgow: Ok, can you point me in the right direction?
Everage: Publish_post hook does not work :
Covington: Can i make an title post excerpt?
Everage: Fris, is not there anyway to get the value of the custom fields which are going to be published for the current post?
Vogeler: What are you trying to do exactly with the data?
Vogeler: Guest22 you could link the excerpt to the permalink
Everage: I have got some custom fields in my post. One of them is the year. I want to add the year custom field to the slug right after I clicked the publish button. The problem is I cannot get the custom field on the fly.
Escarsega: What do you mean fris?
Vogeler: The excerpt would have the link the title would be
Vogeler: Everage did you set the post meta in the publish_post hook?
Everage: I am using advanced custom fields so I simply called get_field’year’;
Vogeler: That only gets the field, it doesnt save it
Everage: Fris, I know. I did something like : $post-post_name = $post-post_title . get_field’year’;
Vogeler: But where are you saving it, i would need to see the full code to better understand and recommend something
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Pruett: My title is like that
Vogeler: You can have a title, as long as you want
Vorwaller: I know but I want to limit how it appear
Everage: Fris, http://codepaste.net/hq2nq7
Everage: Fris, check out the code above
Vogeler: Everage that wont do anything
Vogeler: Because you want to change the title
Everage: I want to change the post slug
Vogeler: Well that wont either
Vogeler: You are just returning the post name, you arent doing any modifying
Munis: Guest22, did you try the code I posted?
Vogeler: You need to actually modify the permalink
Everage: Fris, I did some modification – I set the $post-post_name = ‘tosomething’;
Vogeler: Its only returning it though
Rykard: I saw it now whirledpress
Vogeler: Its not actually saving the permalink