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My recommendation would be to use a plug-in like Lightbox Plus to power your link. Clicking the link would load your standard login form inside a lightbox. You could then automatically redirect to the same page so that, once logged in, users can leave a comment. Basically, you'd dynamically build your link to be something link this: <a ...


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By default the user can only edit their comments for the first 5 minutes. After that, the user is not able to edit their comment. If you want to change this time period, then this plugin allows you to do so using a filter. Simply add the following code in your theme’s functions.php file or in a site-specific plugin like this: add_filter( 'sce_comment_time', ...


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$change = get_post_meta($post->ID, $key, 'resume_change_location', true); From https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/functions/get_post_meta/ get_post_meta returns an array, not an object so you need to use $change['index'] The other thing is within your meta box you seem to be saving a string not an array so foreach is going to fail. The ...


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add a loop to display all taxonomy : if (2 > count($locations)) { echo '<strong>Location:</strong> '.$locations[0]->name.'<br>'; } else { echo "<strong>Location:</strong>"; echo "<ul>"; foreach ($locations as $l) { echo "<li>"; echo $l->name; echo "</li>"; ...


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Hey i was also looking for same solution. So i have this chat application and i am using polling kind of activity using heatbeat now if when chat closes i don’t want any traffic on my site which is useless so i want to disable heartbeat but unfortunately wordpress do not allow to disable heartbeat, I see it was security reason, There was this stop function ...


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an echo before inserting content, are you sure ? Possibly sending headers, blocks insert POST request and set pid to empty value. if (isset ($_POST['description'])) { $description = $_POST['description']; } else { echo 'Please enter some notes'; }



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