What happens, when I click
Save Changes on a option page, which was created by
add_menu_page()? Where is the submitted data stored before the database transmission?
print_r($_REQUEST) returns only the two
I've checked the manual for
add_settings_field and there is only the following hint:
... the saving will be done behind the scenes.
I'd like to optimize my process of creating a plugin settings page. I've already jumped on the WP Settings API with
add_settings_field long time ago, but it feels a bit uncomfortable to create a new callback function every time. So instead of creating the specific field/section code inside a callback, I'd like to create the complete settings page with
Zend_View. All input fields would be created with
Zend_Form and also attached to the view. In the end, the callback of
add_menu_page() will return the rendered View-Object instead of the normal HTML output.
The HTML is stored inside a View-Template, located in
The basic principle is already working I'm very happy with the result. Due to the use of
Zend_View, I've to do the saving on my own. But WordPress seems to delete the submitted $_POST array. If I debug the output after a successfull form submission, only the two
$_GET params above are set.
I've also attached the output of the function
settings_fields() to the view, which generates the required hidden fields (