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comment wp_ajax handler with multiple class instances
tried your hints and the http inspecting drove me insane. The data always gets properly transfered. I often got the result of 0 that the callback function could not be found. At the end it was as I described it in my answer below this post. Nevertheless thank you for your help
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comment Improve Custom Post Permalink Structure
thanks again for your helpful code example. I have adopt it so far, but it seems like the %year%/%monthnum% placeholder couldn't replaced with the corresponding values.
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thanks a lot for this plugin suggestion, it works fine. But I'm searching a programmatically way, too. BR
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this was exactly what I'm looking for. Big thanks!
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comment Ajax Request not coming back to class
@vancoder yes they look right data: "action=add_vehicle&nonce=774b77e381&id=1"& url: "http://localhost/wordpress/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php". ajax_var is recognized an got the values I specified in WP (ajax_var Object {url: "http://localhost/wordpress/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php", nonce: "774b77e381"}). @AndrewBartel yes I did, it don't get called.
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