So podcasts seems to be all the rage nowadays, if you have a topic you think you are really good at, you can either try apply for a job at your local radio station or TV, quit your current job and try out a new career based on a whim. Or you can just download a copy of WordPress, install the podcast theme & start recording.
The Podcast Theme
This awesome theme comes with a free version (with limited features) and a PRO version that bundles a Podcast plugin that will let you publish to iTunes & other services automatically.
It’s a simple minimal design that looks great on your smartphone and tablet & comes with one on one email support from the developers. DOWNLOAD
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I’ve had a few complains about my real estate theme , where user’s maps have just disappeared, and thought I’d share with you my solution. If you are using a theme or plugin that utilizes the google maps api, you must have noticed that it just stopped working and this error pops up on your console Google Maps API error: MissingKeyMapError. Continue reading “How to fix Google Maps API error: MissingKeyMapError on WordPress”
My latest theme for real estate has had tremendous success, users have generally had little to no issues so far until the WordPress 4.4.2 update. This bundle of joy comes with a feature to support responsive image, not that this isn’t great, who doesn’t like responsive anyways? Well you’ll be surprised. Without getting into too much detail, the srcset tag that’s introduced isn’t playing too well with guys who have SSL activated (you can read more here) , then there’s the other guys, who’s sliders are just not loading anymore.
After spending hours on the console trying to debug this I gave up, there were no errors produced but I could see that the images were loaded (not displayed). So long story short, I took a dirty shortcut and disabled the srcset tags AKA the new responsive images feature. So far everything is great, but i really wish there was a better solution, or the browsers catch up.
Paste this little bit of magic in your functions.php and say goodbye to the awesome but frustrating srcset tag:
//removes srcset that causes issues with some sliders in WordPress 4.4.2
add_filter( 'max_srcset_image_width', create_function( '', 'return 1;' ) );