Thagard: Drop me a link tomorrow
Aloia: Okay heres a question. i am checking out buddy press and it looks like i am stuck with groups being called groups
Cussen: That doesn’t work for me i need it to be called project
Giombetti: I was looking through the files to edit because in my googling i saw no setting and in my search the install i saw no setting to chagne it
Rayshell: Does a nyone know what file to check
Lorentz: Thank you i kept googling something else
Holda: Ill read those before i came back
Brumley: I’m trying to host a WP site made by some designers. they have my boss convinced that WordPress magically resizes images to approximately the screen resolution when putting them on screen
Brumley: Specifically, they use “Easy FancyBox” a lot, which makes thumbnails clickable, so they bring up a FancyBox
Brumley: Many photos are very high res, and they are freaking out about the load times, and are convinced that the page will know what res the screen is and download a scaled verion
Nayar: Brumley: the theme is probably calling the FULL image which is whatever size the image was when they uploaded it
Jeng: Brumley: well, they’re wrong. not without a LOT of coding to change from a responsive design to an adaptive one.
Prieto: Brumley: you can alter your theme to call medium or large OR you can register your own image size and have your theme call that one
Charter: Brumley: basically when you upload a file WP creates multiple versions of that file. You can select which version size you want in your theme when you code it
Brumley: Ok, should I poke at their theme code?
Brumley: I’m considering poking at Easy FancyBox to add some PHP to detect available thumbs and current window size
Ciotta: Brumley: just look to see if they’re getting the FULL image size first
Brumley: I know their lying. the speed they saw on their test site was because it was local
Brumley: Scavotto: where should I look?
Lokan: Brumley: “By default, any images that are linked to directly not to a WordPress page from within your posts and pages, should now be opening in a FancyBox overlay :”
Lokan: This means, if you are linking directly to the largest size/original images . they will be the ones loading.
Cotler: Brumley: thats impossible to say without looking at your setup
Lokan: You’re better off changing those things.
Brumley: Opsec: you mean the source images?
Lapar: Brumley: the target image links
Dayem: So when i use visual composer and woocommerce shortcodes to embed a product page into a visual composer row my page breaks and i get /section crap all over the place
Jeng: Because visual composer is a piece of brain-farting crap?
Lokan: Since you bought visual composer, you bought support for it
Jeng: Shortcodes inside shortcodes inside shortcodes
Lokan: It’s a poor shortcut to learning things properly
Lokan: But it’s what the “fast food society” demands, results without fundamental understanding.
Meland: And frankly i dont care
Stayner: Everything else works except this
Jeng: Hire a WP dev to do the website
Jeng: If that’s not your business, don’t waste your time on it.
Jeng: You make money doing other things.
Lokan: But, 99¢ cheeseburgers.
Andaya: Does anyone have a good strategy for cleaning up stale entries in the wp_options table?
Lokan: Who cares where it comes from ;
Fouse: Sarver: WP-Optimize – https://----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/plugins/wp-optimize/
Lokan: There’s dozens of such things but that does the job as well