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accepted How to add a “publish” link to the quick actions
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comment How to add a “publish” link to the quick actions
Also, any reason you're not simply using wp_publish_post($_REQUEST['update_id'])? That's 1 line of code instead of 4.
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comment How to add a “publish” link to the quick actions
Thank you for the response. Passing a second argument into the filter function gives me an error that it's missing argument two (running WP 3.5.1 on PHP 5.3).
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comment add_menu_page() with different name for first submenu item
I just tested it, and you're absolutely right. Works like a charm. Thanks.
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comment add_menu_page() with different name for first submenu item
This would result in duplicate entries, since Wordpress automatically creates a submenu page for the main page.
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comment add_menu_page() with different name for first submenu item
@kaiser - The way my plugin is set up, this is what the user would expect (similar to how you expect the main "Posts" page to be the "All Posts" sub-menu page).
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