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To properly count paragraphs, and to be consistant, the best will be is to make use of raw post content, and then apply the wpautop filter to the raw content. This way, WordPress will handle all the variables which at the end will determine how paragraphs are build and displayed We can also look at a couple of other things to make this as reliable as ...


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Have faith ;-) Unfortunately, your code ain't correct in multiple ways. It assumes that the content only consists of content enclosed by paragraphs and doesn't work correctly if not. This would be one solution: add_filter('the_content', 'prefix_insert_post_ads'); /** * Content Filter */ function prefix_insert_post_ads($content) { $insertion = ...


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Do you want this dashboard to be on the front-end or the back-end (inside /wp-admin)? For the first case you just need to create a page with a custom page template for it, put all your dashboard logic into that template, and redirect your users to the page after they login (check this answer for the hook to use, you will need to place it inside the theme's ...



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