Thank You (ed. 2019)

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So, I guess it’s official: Another year has gone. And weirdly it feels like I posted last year’s post just a month ago. Thank you to all you who have been visiting Elevenfour, downloaded styles and plugins, viewing and liking photos on Instagram, Videos on YouTube and more. And thank you to all of you who expressed their trust by signing up for/ subscribing to Elevenfour.

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Thank You (ed. 2018)

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Another year has gone by and a new one just began, so it’s time to say thank you again. Thank you, for all you who have been visiting Elevenfour, downloaded styles and plugins, viewing and linking photos on Instagram, Videos on YouTube and more. And thank you to all of you who expressed their trust by signing up for/ subscribing to Elevenfour.

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Thank you (ed. 2017)

Reading Time: 3 minutesIt’s been a year now since I wrote my first Thank You Post here on the Labs, so it’s time to say again: Thank You – for visiting Elevenfour, using the styles and plugins and for giving valuable feedback.

Let’s have a look at the numbers form 2017, compared to 2016. As last year: Data are neither complete nor representative (because only visitors who didn’t enable “Do not track” are shown) but I think those numbers give a glimpse at what happened. Continue reading “Thank you (ed. 2017)”

The Elevenfour Labs Moved

Reading Time: < 1 minuteToday the Elevenfour Labs moved to a new home – if you like to say so.
The content is the same – though some old pages were removed – and you’ll still find here what you found here before. The only difference is the addition of /content/ to the URL – so instead of https://elevenfour.net/labs/ it’s now https://elevenfour.net/content/labs/.

This was necessary to be future proof because I came up with some ideas I had for Elevenfour but more on that topic some time later.

Thank you (ed. 2016)

Reading Time: 3 minutesWhen writing Elevenfour: What’s up in 2016 and beyond? at the beginning of 2016 i already had in mind that that I would write an article looking back at what happend on Elevenfour in 2016. And maybe this could be the beginning of a series for the years to come.

So I think the best way to start would be a look at the statistics but only those Piwik gives. So they’re neither complete nor representative (because only visitors who didn’t enable “Do not track” are shown) but I think those numbers give a glimpse at what happened. Continue reading “Thank you (ed. 2016)”

The Elevenfour Labs got a little refresh

Reading Time: < 1 minuteToday the Elevenfour Labs got a little refresh. Nothing spectacular but it looks a little different. The theme was changed to the new default Theme Twenty Seventeen coming with WordPress 4.7. In preparation for upgrading the Elevenfour server to PHP 7.x I also had to change the plugin that powers the progress bars showing on the projects pages so they look a bit different, too.

Should you experience any bugs please drop a comment, thanks. :)

Gender specific language variables in WCF

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If you need gender specific language variables in WCF you can do something like this.

<item name="wcf.elevenfour.userNote.welcome"><item name="wcf.elevenfour.userNote.welcome"><![CDATA[¡Bienvenid{if $__wcf->getUserProfileHandler()->gender == 2}a{else}o{/if}!]]></item></item>

1 is for male
2 is for female