1. Wayne
    Mar 31st, 2009 8:58 PM

    Here's a challenge. We have a routine (plugin) that replaces certain tags in our posts like {NAME} with data passed to the post through the url i.e. This is all working fine. But I need this to work through the rss feed as well. When I pass the tag parameters in the rss link, it brings up the post, but the tags are not converted. How do we get this to work?


  2. Mar 20th, 2009 7:32 PM

    I have a problem that is driving me around the bend. I have wordpress 2.7 and the plugin "Events Manager" 2.03. The problem is with the google maps. I have a duplicate of the site setup locally and the maps display fine both in the admin console and on the single event page. The live site displays the maps fine in the admin console, but on the single event page, the map is a blue background where the streets should be. If I click on the google logo on the site running locally, I am taken to the address out on maps.google - if I click on the google logo on the live web site I am taken to maps.google, but the map area is the same as the page; just blue screen. On the local setup, all maps display "mapdata C 2009 Tele Atlas" but on the live site only the maps in the admin display that; the single event page displays "mapdata c 2009 Europa Tech". Same code, same theme on both sites; I even got a new maps key from google maps on the outside chance that was out of date. Any ideas?

  3. Mar 18th, 2009 6:49 PM

    Hi there. Okay, I'm taking you up on your offer. My wife's blog, http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com, has been experiencing a lot of database connection errors and slowdowns lately.

    It has always been picture heavy, and traffic remains steady at about 7,000/day, but lately things have gotten worse on the db side.

    It's a shared hosting account over at Godaddy, but we're well under our monthly bandwidth limits.

    What suggestions do you have for us to improve the performance of the website? Thank you very much in advance.

  4. Mar 18th, 2009 7:42 AM

    I seem to bump into that a lot lately. Both for myself and other so here is my question:

    What is best way to troubleshoot very long (I've seen from 3-4 and up to 10-12 seconds) page generation time? There are numerous things that can cause this, probably more than I know about so how it is best approached with WorddPress? TIA

  5. Mar 18th, 2009 6:55 AM

    Hi i am johnray from Palawan, Philippines. I want to thank you for the theme..It works quite well!!!!