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Tty this one jQuery.getJSON('/latest-post-as-json/', function(data) { jQuery('#externalBlock').append('<h1>'+data.post_title+'</h1>'); jQuery('#externalBlock').append(data.post_content); //etc });


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As per documentation on wp_remote_get() it doesn't return you just the body of requested resource. Its return will be either the array of data or WP_Error object on failure. The simplest snippet to get to the body would be: $json = wp_remote_retrieve_body( wp_remote_get( $url ) ); PS it's kinda weird to be doing this in shortocde, are you sure it's most ...


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It's as easy as: function wpse_199523_save_imdb_terms( $post_id ) { if ( ! $imdb = get_field( 'imdb_id', $post_id ) ) return; if ( ! $data = imdb_connector_get_movie( $imdb ) ) return; if ( ! empty( $data['actors'] ) ) wp_set_object_terms( $post_id, $data['actors'], 'actors' ); if ( ! empty( $data['director'] ) ) ...


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You don't need to configure anything. As soon as you connect Jetpack to your WordPress.com account and activate the JSON API module, you'll be able to to use the API. You can double check that by running some test queries using the REST API Console here. You could also just try to load one of the endpoints in your browser, like so. If you're still having ...


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This will not work due to the "same-origin policy" unless that server you are trying to reach specifically allows these type of requests with something like Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *. You can read the documentation on MDN in order to get more information about this topic. From my tests, the server will also need another header configured namely the ...


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To add Bulk actions Bulk action are implemented by overwriting the method get_bulk_actions() and returning an associated array: function get_bulk_actions() { $actions = array( 'delete' => 'Delete' ); return $actions; } I have write a blog on how to create WP_List_Table. You can check out ** WP_List_Table - a step by step guide** You can ...


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There may be a misunderstanding here about WordPress nav menu items as tree-like structures. Tree-like structures in WordPress ARE NOT MULTIDIMENSIONAL ARRAYS! Note that while the returned menu items array is flat, it is still a tree-like structure because each item contains information about it's parentage (the parent value is either 0 if the item has no ...


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I decided to write a function to build a tree of navigation menu objects. It was a fun exercise, not sure about how it exactly will be going to be useful, but that is to say nothing, because maybe it will be practical some time. Basically - and in short - it does create the tree of objects by putting children into a new children property inside the parent ...


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The problem of building a tree from a flat array has been solved here with this, slightly modified, recursive solution: /** * Modification of "Build a tree from a flat array in PHP" * * Authors: @DSkinner, @ImmortalFirefly and @SteveEdson * * @link http://stackoverflow.com/a/28429487/2078474 */ function buildTree( array &$elements, $parentId = 0 ) ...



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