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I can see two options: You create an API with the city info and make the plugin use the API You create separate add-ons for your plugin, like one for each CSV
Try this: $order_id = 012345; $sql = $wpdb->prepare("SELECT payStatus FROM test_table WHERE ref = %s",$order_id);//<-- this doesn't work var_dump($sql); echo '<br/>'; $sql = $wpdb->prepare("SELECT payStatus FROM test_table WHERE ref = %d",$order_id);//<-- this doesn't work var_dump($sql); echo '<br/>'; $sql = ...
When we call get_the_title(), then the post title is taken through the wptexturize() function via the the_title filter: add_filter( 'the_title', 'wptexturize' ); The en-dash and em-dash are replaced with /* translators: en dash */ $en_dash = _x( '–', 'en dash' ); /* translators: em dash */ $em_dash = _x( '—', 'em dash' ); A simple ...
Code is Code and content is content and they should not be mixed together. the editor is not a code editor, the content can and usually will be transformed in a way you don't expect which might result in your code failing with no obvious reason. Just don't do it. Write your own shortcode that does what you need and use it.
No, you do not want to swap out the tablename. If you do, the table name will be wrapped in quotes and it will trigger a SQL error. Try: $table = $wpdb->prefix . 'members'; $qry = $wpdb->prepare("SELECT * FROM %s", $table); var_dump($qry); $qry = "SELECT * FROM $table"; var_dump($result); The first string is invalid SQL. The second should work ...
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