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Did you try just using option.php? <form method="post" action="options.php">


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Wordpress provides a template hierarchy which gives you the flexibility to create custom layouts for posts, pages, archives, etc. To create a custom layout for a specific blog post, you would name the template single-{post-type}-{slug}.php You can find out more about the template hierarchy here


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This option is likely added with post_meta. The panel option looks like it was was added with the add_meta_box. Post meta is a common place to put additional data to posts in WordPress. Post meta boxes are an easy way to show fields for this options to be displayed.


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You have to use post meta for this. (The post meta data is, information you provide to viewers about each post.)


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The most common problem comes from changing the URL of your site. WordPress (and plugins like Revolution Slider) stores some data as serialized strings. A portion of that would look like s:18:"http://example.com" - an 18 character string. If your site changes to exampletwo.com, it would have to be updated to s:21"http://exampletwo.com". If you don't update ...


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To clarify why it happened, it's because rtrim( $text, '[...]' ) notation used to remove the default ellipsis in some themes is incorrect. Per trim() function description, the second argument is treated as a list of characters, not as a string. Moreover, [... is treated as a range of ASCII characters from full stop (code 2E) to opening square bracket (code ...



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