save_post is an action triggered whenever a post or page is created or updated, which could be from an import, post/page edit form, xmlrpc, or post by email. The data for the post is stored in $_POST, $_GET or the global $post_data, depending on how the post was edited.

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Custom Post Custom Taxonomy Data Not Saving in Edit Screen

I have a custom post type "projects" with a custom taxonomy "project_type." If I select a project type taxonomy within the post editor screen and hit update, the taxonomy isn't updated. Worse yet, it ...
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Out of Memory - Line 791 of WP-DB.php (mysql_real_escape_string)

Update The end result is that I did not account for Apache memory limits. There were limits placed on the Apache process which caused PHP to be limited regardless of the settings placed on it. ...
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What do the numbers mean at the end of add_action('save_post')…?

I've seen on a few tutorials that there are numbers at the end of the call to save Custom Fields/Meta Boxes on the save_post hook. For example, in the WordPress Codex it gives the following example: ...