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  1. Hi there not sure this is worth even mentioning it.... but here it goes... being a newbie and just started learning html css and javascript.... now learning how to master wordpress seems a step backwards since not coding is needed... just sharing the feeling... so now i've decided i'm deep into php dev and wp dev in order to take advantage of my earlier studies and keep learning and using full stack skills... the only to escape is forward into development of wp does this make any sense to you?
  2. txs Stef. i'd say that my assumptions would be as follows (for a simple landing website page): many concerned users block javascript, client-side solution would expose all my translated files and logic (not sure I really know what I'm talking about), create a solution with minimal impact on (code) structure and logic for newer translation versions (added content and/or added languages) Therefore: 3. use a server-side solution: PHP or JS? 4. use DB, as per your suggestion. Being PHP the most popular, I'd would opt for it, for the sake of pragmatism... but then JS (server-side) is catching-up very fast.... Stef: I need your guidance! What else am I missing here? Txs for your support... and keep up the good work, and releasing (new) courses. F
  3. Hi there, Im have a simple website, for SOHO business, with just a couple of few static pages. Id like to have several translated versions of my site: instead of creating new copies of each page, with a translated version of each content, meaning I would have to reload all pages and images each time id click a page (slowing down the site's performance)... I was wondering if I could just use: 1) some JS hard-coded lines, such as document.getElementByID("targetContent") and innerHTML ="translatedContent" to change tagged content(s). 2) a SQL table with my translated content, and retrieve these values into the related content areas. 3) any other option Id like to know your opinion about best practices. Txs.
  4. Yep, that's what I did: I pasted the html code into wp editor....and it replicated my original form. Since I have about 50 fields to process I will have to manually add the tags in my contact7 form, one by one .. That's what I was trying to avoid. Txs
  5. PHP form --> convert to WP form Hi there, I have several (legacy) php forms I'd like to re-use in my wp site. No way I will retype them again... therefore I'm looking for a way to import them directly into wp. Would you recommend any plugin? I understand pasting the original php code into the text editor will save me a lot of time, but it won't be final, since a lot of validation has to be done, etc... Do you have any experience with importing php forms into wp with a kind of 1-click solution? WP's plugins repository is not obvious on this matter...or maybe I've just missed it. txs
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