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Just wanted to update with what worked for me. The Echo would not work, no matter how I tweaked it, but this works so can’t complain.
My final code, with flash on the front page, and a static header on subsequent pages. http://pastebin.com/3tCZ1Zfu
If you go to Site Admin > Options , there is a section for banned email domains.
@SuluhuZetu, Sorry for the delay: https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-mobile-pack/
@SuluhuZetu I’m working on a mobile stylesheet that you would add to whatever theme you were using. I do have a mobile theme that deploys automatically (it’s a plugin), BUT it doesn’t work very well for my needs. Calling a separate stylesheet is the way to go, because you have full control and a minimum of problems.
A good place to start is to identify which sections you would not need when viewing in a browser, then set those as
display:none;If you’ve created a printer-friendly stylesheet before, this is very similar. You have to add extra rules for the elements you do want and don’t forget to preview it with a mobile phone tester.
@techguy BigDoor looks awesome, but it’s still in Beta. I’m doing a custom build for a client’s achievements and medals, with cubepoints backing the point mechanic.
The big con for me is that bigdoor’s API access costs money after a certain point, and if the site becomes huge, that could be a cost sink for the client. I would do it for a smaller or personal site, or one where the money incentive is BIG.
Thanks Ray! I am giving this a shot! Modifying it so that other pages have their own headers (which are basic .pngs). Will update with the results!
If you are just using WP-standard (ie one blog), then you will need to either switch to WPMU -OR- wait for v3.0 when this functionality comes to standard WP: http://technosailor.aaronbrazell.com/2009/05/30/wordcamp-sf-announcement-wordpress-and-wordpress-mu-to-merge/
Hi Marina! Love the show!
Unfortunately a reply to a comment is also considered to a comment, so they’d both get sent to your email. Disabling nested comments would discourage comment replies, but this is likely the opposite of what you want. Sorry!
I’m looking to do the same things, so maybe I can be some help. For now, I may be putting the avatar moderation on back-burner and focusing instead on removing gravatar support. The low-tech solution is to delete the user’s avatar from the server.
Gravatars don’t make a lot of sense on BuddyPress, since they are stretched and look blurry on the member pages. There’s a plugin that disables the gravatar for WPMU & BP: https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/disable-user-gravatar/ Haven’t tried it with BP 1.2 yet.
While I can’t really point you in the right direction for BP, I can confirm that it’s possible in WPMU on it’s own. I remember there being major issues when people tried this with BP 1.0, but maybe things have changed in the core files since then.