The Settings API, added in WordPress 2.7, allows admin pages containing settings forms to be managed semi-automatically. It lets you define settings pages, sections within those pages and fields within the sections. New settings pages can be registered along with sections and fields inside them. ...

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Possible to add another setting to 'Front page displays' setting for Custom Post Type

Let me set the scene: I have a CPT that will work on a multi-site installation and some of the sites will be in a different language. For example my CPT is Case Studies I would use a URL structure ...
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Adding labels to Setting titles with API

If I add a setting using add_settings_field(), it doesn't create a <label> around the title so that it can be clicked to focus on the field. Some of the core settings do this, but they just add ...
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Using the Settings API, how should I add multiple values to an option?

I'm trying to add/ update additional values to an option created with the Settings API. I'm trying to do this with my validation callback function, but I'm not getting very far. Here is my code: ...
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Why isn't the Settings API designed to work for plugins using custom admin menus? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How should one implement add_settings_error on custom menu pages? The Settings API offers all sorts of labour saving features and future proof code. I find it really odd ...
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Plugin settings not saving

I'm having a devil of a time getting my plugin settings to save. I've gone through the code so many times I have to think I've simply missed something. I'm following the Setting API, but any changes ...
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GET parameters interfere with my plugin settings

I have my plugin all set-up using the Settings API and working but what I have is two manual functions in my plugin that can be run by the admin user by visiting the following URL's <?php echo ...