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Actually I have managed to do it in an easier way, instead of using the inline method for the Thick Box, I used the ajax method, linking to a php file where all the needed action reside.
But thanks again, this tutorial although let in complete, helped me figure out a lot more about this functionality.
1 year, 9 months ago on Adding Custom Buttons to the WordPress Content Editor – Part 1
tnx, this is great and a huge help to me, but what happened to up coming parts?
2 years, 2 months ago on Adding Custom Buttons to the WordPress Content Editor – Part 1
@ryancarson tnx Nathaniel for the article. tnx Ryan for being so great and inspiring, the web owes people like you, so do I
2 years, 6 months ago on Treehouse heralds an age of digital literacy, no degree required
check out this page: http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Hierarchy
3 years, 3 months ago on Create Custom Single Post Templates for Specific Posts or Sections in WordPress
The code I pasted is not showing in the comment, I meant the code described in the article it self to specify the name of the file we created the commented out peace of code
I used this code in my file that I created and named it single-portfolio.com
<?php/*Single Post Template: [Descriptive Template Name]Description: This part is optional, but helpful for describing the Post Template*/?>
Then without adding the plugin or setting any function my portfolio custom posts are using this file as their single file template, I think in WP 3.3 we no longer need plugins like that.