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Try using preventDefault(), it's a jQuery function for preventing default actions called by the browser. First you should call an event handler by firing up your submitter. You can do this as follow: $('#my_upload_form').submit(function (event) { After catching a submit and giving an event with it, you should prevent the default refresh of a browser: ...


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Here's how localization works. The first thing you need to do is register your script with WordPress. This pretty much tells WordPress where the script is located, what version it is, any dependants ( like jquery ), and whether it will be located in the header or footer. More importantly you need to give it a unique identifier which you'll be able to ...


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Thanks to @dalbaeb for pointing me in the right direction - I didn't realize you could target a label element with its attribute value. The resulting style for targeting the <br> tag after the label is so: label[for=user_login] > br, label[for=user_pass] > br { display: none; } MDN documentation for attribute selectors can be found here.


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Hi the autocomplete expects source to be array, URL string and function return. Even if you give JSON then it should have label and value. Which is not present here as you are simply output the get_terms with all fields. So what I would suggest is just return the name of categories. Changing the fields from all to names will work well. <?php $args = ...


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Enqueue your script and use wp_localize_script to pass data. function wpd_scripts() { wp_enqueue_script( 'wpd_script', get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . '/js/script.js', null, null, false ); wp_localize_script( 'wpd_script', 'WPD', array( 'stylesheet_dir' => ...



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