I have a quite complex PHP class, reponsible for creating and printing meta_boxes, generating and saving meta fields, ... Each meta_box (object of class) has its own save function, that updates meta ...
Based on my understanding of hooks, you create a hook, by doing do_action('hook_name'); then add something to said hook and call the method where you want it to do the hook, so: public function ...
I have this idea where I would create a class that would take in a set of hook names then create them, for me to use when ever, and where ever. Currently the way to create a hook is we do something ...
Where in my admin class should I place the action hooks for adding css, scripts and the add menu page? In the __construct? Or should they be placed in a method?
I'm pretty stumped on this one. I'm using add_action inside my plugin class to do certain things- add scripts & styles to the head, wp_ajax, etc. Here's the actions, in the __construct: function ...
I'm not sure if I have done this correctly. As I understand it: if I have a class foo and a static method bar I can register that as the callback by passing the array array("foo","bar") as the ...