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accepted Extending the WP_Widget_Text class
Jan
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comment Extending the WP_Widget_Text class
Ok sure, that makes sense. I got it working now, thanks for your answer!
Jan
3
asked Extending the WP_Widget_Text class
Jan
3
accepted Shortcode API: How to get name that matched shortcode RegEx?
Jan
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asked Shortcode API: How to get name that matched shortcode RegEx?
Jan
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comment PHP error with shortcode handler from a class
Thanks for that! I think now I am on the right track, although it is astonishing how complicated it can be using WordPress & OOP ;-)
Jan
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comment PHP error with shortcode handler from a class
I am really sorry to dig up this old question, but could you plase elaborate what this line does: NULL === self::$instance and self::$instance = new self;? I am a bit confused because === and and are used, but without if, if you know what I mean.
Dec
20
accepted Walker class: Problems with understanding how walk() method can be called without error
Dec
20
awarded  Yearling
Dec
20
asked Walker class: Problems with understanding how walk() method can be called without error
Dec
19
accepted Custom nav walker: How to acces the $args parameter?
Dec
19
comment Custom nav walker: How to acces the $args parameter?
Ah thanks man, now it starts to make a bit more sense! And shivers go down my spine – WordPress is really hard to understand most of the time because it's so convoluted.
Dec
19
comment Custom nav walker: How to acces the $args parameter?
Thanks for the answer! I am not sure if I understand correctly – are you saying that $args is available inside the function, although it doesn't get passed to it? Also, what does func_get_args(2) do? In the PHP manual it's not mentioned that it's possible to pass a parameter.
Dec
19
asked Custom nav walker: How to acces the $args parameter?
Oct
15
comment Autoloading a PHP class – working outside, but not inside WordPress plugin
@MarkKaplun What exactly do you mean? The code above is just a simplified example, but somewhere greeter (or any other class) has to be instantiated? Anyway: I think WordPress has something to do with it, because the same structure works outside of it. All files are at the correct place. Probably because other things are loaded before the plugins load, or something like that.
Oct
15
comment Autoloading a PHP class – working outside, but not inside WordPress plugin
@s_ha_dum in me/greeter.php – I've updated my question.
Oct
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revised Autoloading a PHP class – working outside, but not inside WordPress plugin
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Oct
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asked Autoloading a PHP class – working outside, but not inside WordPress plugin
Oct
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revised Multisite network admin – URL / redirect error
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Oct
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comment When a user registers, create a page from an existing template with their username as the page name
Without knowing what you want to do exactly: I am not sure if this is what WordPress is made for. If you want to stick to WordPress, then I actually wouldn't create a real page for every user. Instead, maybe look into creating a template that dynamically displays the user name/data. I might be able to answer your question, but please add some more background info.