[wp-hackers] Request for additional $before and $after parameters
vd at valan.net
Sat Nov 18 23:33:08 GMT 2006
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Yes, I did register. Trac refused to create a ticket of type
"enhancement", but today I circumvented this successfully: I created a
"defect" ticket and then changed it to "enhancement" :)
It appears the Trac system is somewhat inconsistent when applying the
privilege rules :) A bug maybe?
Robin Adrianse wrote:
> You should be able to... did you sign up for a support forum
> user/password (
> wordpress.org/support) then login with that at trac.wordpress.org?
> I can use my account to create a ticket as far as I can see.
> On 11/18/06, Vladimir Dzhuvinov <vd at valan.net> wrote:
> I registered at trac.wordpress.org and when tried submitting a new
> ticket I got "Forbidden: TICKET_CREATE privileges are required to
> perform this operation"
> Could somebody with the required privilege submit the ticket for me
> "Request for additional $before and $after parameters to wp_list_cats()"
> Listing template functions such as get_archives() or get_links()
> normally include parameters to include custom HTML code before or after
> the listed items.
> I need a $before parameter because certain browsers still have poor
> support for the CSS :before directive and such a feature would
> circumvent this problem.
> [suggestion initially posted on the wp-hackers list]
> Viper007Bond wrote:
>> Open a ticket on trac: http://trac.wordpress.org/
>> On 11/17/06, Vladimir Dzhuvinov <vd at valan.net> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Recently I migrated from Blogger to Wordpress 2.0.5. During
>> customisation of my templates I noticed that the wp_list_cats()
>> doesn't support $before and $after parameters as other listing template
>> functions do - e.g. get_archives() or get_links().
>> I need a $before parameter because certain browsers still have poor
>> support for the CSS :before directive.
>> I implemented a tiny hack in template-functions-category.php which
>> solved my problem (thank God Worpress is open source :) Still, I find
>> the addition of $before and $after parameters a useful and consistent
>> feature and would like to suggest it for future inclusion in the
>> official code.
>> Wish you a nice weekend,
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