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From the Wordpress Codex: is_active_sidebar() This Conditional Tag checks if a given sidebar is active (in use). This is a boolean function, meaning it returns either TRUE or FALSE. Any sidebar that contains widgets will return TRUE, whereas any sidebar that does not contain any widgets will return FALSE. So you should be able to do something ...


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Use the array_filter() function, which will remove every array element that has false as the value. Then you can count the array length. So your example would look like this: $sidebars = array( is_active_sidebar( 'footer-4' ), is_active_sidebar( 'footer-3' ), is_active_sidebar( 'footer-2' ), is_active_sidebar( 'footer-1' ), ...


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Please try this one function show_aip_popup($args){ wp_enqueue_script( 'parent-stylesheet', 'javascript file', false ); //your code for show shortcode data }


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Thank you for your help I have do some googling and finally i got the ans i have added just 1 line of code into the shortcode function and i got the ans. I have added bellow line into the shortcode function . wp_enqueue_script( 'parent-stylesheet', '[js URL]' . $postId, false );


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In a WordPress footer hooks are different for back-end(dashboard) and front-end. In Dashboard use "admin_footer" hook. In Front-end use "wp_footer" hook.


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With such a general function name like method() a collision could be happening. Try something a little more unique than that. Also, if you have access to the server you could also print it to the error log so you don't have to worry when the page is being rendered.


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A very simple experiment... add_action('admin_init','get_header'); add_action('admin_init','get_footer'); ... will demonstrate that the get_header() and get_footer() functions work on the back end as well as the front, though you will need to adjust for numerous markup problems and other issues. Honestly, you question seems to be "how do I get the site ...



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