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Related Topic Explorer

The Web321 topic explorer plugin. Once activated, it integrates with advanced custom fields and allows you to import and generate an edit field group called "inquiry." The plugin provides settings for parent and children related topics, as well as rules for where the form appears. It displays parent, child, and sibling topics with links to explore further. You can also customize the labels for these topics. The Related Topic Explorer works best with Advanced Custom Fields. Stay tuned for the...

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Problem Plugin Checker

Problem Plugin Checker

Have you ever had a problem where one is the problem? But which one? This plugin shuts off all your active plugins one at a time to see if one of them affects the final look. It also lets you test one page to see what it looks like. Do you want to try it out and see if this helps? After installation and activation, the "Plugin Checker" element is available under the plugins to let you check your plugins one by one, but automatically.

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Threads: ActivityPub and WordPress

Threads: ActivityPub and WordPress

Meta has released a new microblogging app: Threads. It leverages the user base of Instagram and the users’ followers to pre-build an audience for new members. This may be an excellent antidote to the death spiral of Twitter. How does it work with WordPress?

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Why We Like Combining Divi and ACF

Why We Like Combining Divi and ACF

I want to show you how we can use ACF and Toolset to insert dynamic content into our text editor. With ACF, we can easily find available fields and insert them into our content. We can also enable raw HTML to display content verbatim. Toolset works similarly, but it drops in shortcodes instead. However, the Divi builder can sometimes have trouble with inserting shortcodes, so I approach this cautiously. Overall, using ACF and Toolset can help us easily populate ACF elements and add styling to...

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BC Ferries Shortcode Display For WordPress

BC Ferries Shortcode Display For WordPress

This plugin displays coming sailings for the BC Ferries Fleet. It draws upon the API from the BC Ferries API: the only public API for retrieving current data on BC Ferries sailings. Used in Pratt's app, BC Ferry Times, an iOS app to get the latest ferry schedule and sailing capacities. It uses references to the terminals: "TSA" -> Tsawwassen "SWB" -> Swartz Bay "SGI" -> Southern Gulf Islands "DUK" -> Duke Point (Nanaimo) "FUL" -> Fulford Harbour (Salt Spring Island) "HSB" -> Horseshoe Bay...

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