If a WordPress page post content is empty, you might want to dynamically show or hide some other divs or design aspects of your website. Here is how you do it.
pdftk is missing from the official repository right now. That’s an issue for many people.
I needed PDFTK to be installed on Ubuntu (18.04) due to the need to manipulate PDFs. Unfortunately, because I used Laravel Forge, they only allow Ubuntu, and apparently PDFtk is not longer working with Ubuntu 18.04. There is a workaround! Follow the below to get it working.
There’s a workaround here: How can I install pdftk in Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic?
Quick and easy workaround
In SSH on your Ubuntu 18.04 server, do the below:
sudo dpkg -i pdftk_2.02-4build1_amd64.deb libgcj17_6.4.0-8ubuntu1_amd64.deb libgcj-common_6.4-3ubuntu1_all.deb
Then type ‘pdftk’, it should come up.
Hope that helps!
I received this error when using a system called FusionInvoice. This relates to DOM PDF which is a Laravel vendor to allow PDFs to be created.
Error said something along the lines of ‘No block-level parent found. Not good.’.
To fix this error, I went to my file structure and edited /vendor/dompdf/dompdf/dompdf_config.inc.php
This should fix the issue
It was really quite easy,
$phone = '0422222222'; $formatted = substr_replace($phone,"+61",0,2);
The phone number will be displayed like +614222222 in the $formatted variable.
Obviously this will work for other countries as well, but might be easier in Australia as we only have one type of mobile number starting with ’04’.
Hope that helps!
I’ve just created a custom post type and custom taxonomy in WordPress.
The custom post type is “product” and the taxonomy is “metal_types“.
It’s all working well, but I want to be able to filter results based on the taxonomy in my WordPress admin page. As you have probably realised, WordPress does not natively add that functionality in, you need to do it.