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The ALTERNATE_WP_CRON basically does a transparent redirect on a user visiting your site and could result in a doing_wp_cron query parameter added to the URL. If for any reason your WordPress cron jobs are failing due to too much load or due to too little traffic on the website, it may be a good option to switch to a server side/external cron job to fire ...


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Use a static method - the add_action will fire for each instantiation, but the hook will only be registered once: add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', __CLASS__ . '::planner_load_scripts' ); static public function planner_load_scripts() { }



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