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  1. Ok well turns out i didnt do it correctly. Supposedly i should have done it via the hook so it changed it on all pages where price was shown (common sense i guess). Now im a little stuck editing the get_price_html to include price per label. Anyone can see where im going wrong?? add_filter( 'woocommerce_get_price_html', 'chris_price_html', 100, 2 ); function chris_price_html( $price, $product ){ $priceperlabel = 'each'; //write logic to get the perlabel here return str_replace( 'get_post_meta', 'get_post_id()'.$priceperlabel, $price ); }
  2. I just wanted to know why people get offended if someone call them bro? though we know in real its not but why get offended? its just a question i wanted to know for sometime )
  3. I've got a function in my WordPress functions file that sends a Word doc based on what venue the ordered product is from. However I also need to be able to paste variables such as the customer name and others onto the specified word document. It also needs to be in specific places. How can I go about doing this? Please let me know if you have any idea or don't understand me! Thanks!
  4. i need to change the color of a word in a string where the word is unknown (from $_POST) and may have one or more uppercase chars. code please.
  5. I have a setup where I can do single word search and it returns the data. However, I am looking to add a multi word functionality. So far no luck. Anyone here know how to do it and point me in the right direction?
  6. At present I have wrote the code below to parse Twitter hashtags "#emotionalclothing". What I really want to do is parse hashtags or status updates with any instance of the phase "emotionalclothing". So say there's a word that reads "blahemotionalclothingblah" in a status update how could retrieve that status update just by searching for a regex with "emotionalclothing" in it? Here's my code so far: Thanks Stuart <?php $pagetitle = "Pull Twitter Hashtags"; function getTweets($hash_tag) { $url = 'http://search.twitter.com/search.atom?q='.urlencode($hash_tag) ; echo "<p>Connecting to <strong>$url</strong> ...</p>"; $ch = curl_init($url); curl_setopt ($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, TRUE); $xml = curl_exec ($ch); curl_close ($ch); //If you want to see the response from Twitter, uncomment this next part out: //echo "<p>Response:</p>"; //echo "<pre>".htmlspecialchars($xml)."</pre>"; $affected = 0; $twelement = new SimpleXMLElement($xml); foreach ($twelement->entry as $entry) { $text = trim($entry->title); $author = trim($entry->author->name); $time = strtotime($entry->published); $id = $entry->id; echo "<p>Tweet from ".$author.": <strong>".$text."</strong> <em>Posted ".date('n/j/y g:i a',$time)."</em></p>"; } return true ; } getTweets('#emotionalclothing'); ?>
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