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View Siteorigin widget equalizer
var maxHeight = 0;
var widget = $(".widget > div");
widget.each(function(){
if ($(this).height() > maxHeight) { maxHeight = $(this).height(); }
});
widget.height(maxHeight);
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absolutelynotjames / wp-cli-export-tribe-events-cat
Created Aug 10, 2018
WP CLI export single events calendar category
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wp export --post__in="$(wp post list --post_type=foo --tribe_events_cat=bar --format=ids)"
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absolutelynotjames / leaflet-multi-geojson-layers.js
Last active Mar 31, 2016 — forked from pospi/leaflet-multi-geojson-layers.js
Handle multiple geoJSON layers in a Leaflet.js angular directive. Original code by @pospi, slightly modified to support the pointToLayer option.
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/**
* Service to manage geoJSON layering with Leaflet.js' angular directive, which only allows 1 set of geoJSON data.
*
* Assuming you have a leaflet directive with its 'geojson' attribute set to `geojson`, usage is as follows:
* var layers = new GeoJSONLayers();
*
* layers.addLayer('myLayer', geoJSON, function(feature) { return { fillColor: '#00F' }; });
* $scope.geojson = layers.get();
*
* layers.removeLayer('myLayer');
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