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/*- Query String Values ------------------------------------------------------*/
// Retrieves, parses URL query string values into an object using JS.
// See "JavaScript: The Definitive Guide", 5th ed, p.272, example 14-1.
var queryStringValues = getQueryStringValues();
function getQueryStringValues() {
// var args = new Object();
var args = {};
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stuntbox / gist:4557917
Last active Feb 13, 2021
Slightly smarter filtering to remove hard-coded width and height attributes from *all* images in WordPress (post thumbnails, images inserted into posts, and gravatars). Handy for responsive designs. Add the code below to the functions.php file in your theme's folder (/wp-content/themes/theme-name/ ). Remember to rename the function as needed to …
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* Filter out hard-coded width, height attributes on all images in WordPress.
* This version applies the function as a filter to the_content rather than send_to_editor.
* Changes made by filtering send_to_editor will be lost if you update the image or associated post
* and you will slowly lose your grip on sanity if you don't know to keep an eye out for it.
* the_content applies to the content of a post after it is retrieved from the database and is "theme-safe".
* (i.e., Your changes will not be stored permanently or impact the HTML output in other themes.)