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accepted How Do I Programmatically Force Custom Permalinks with My Theme?
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comment How Do I Programmatically Force Custom Permalinks with My Theme?
@DonRhummy please post it as an answer and I'll mark it as the new answer.
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Nov
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comment How do I make WordPress revise an .htaccess file a certain way?
@chrisguitarguy I'm doing secured content in my plugin. I'm intercepting /my-post (because it's been marked in my plugin as secured) and redirecting to /special/secured/my-post (not a physical path, but a logical rewrite one), where my plugin intercepts and shows it only to logged-in members.
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asked How do I make WordPress revise an .htaccess file a certain way?
Oct
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comment How do I make a theme “plugin-ready”?
@userabuser And I guess on (c), perhaps I'm going about it wrong. I mean, filtering content before display on admin panels and theme pages -- I think there's already a couple WordPress hooks for that, right?
Oct
30
comment How do I make a theme “plugin-ready”?
@userabuser. All I want is simple. I want to make a standardized, guessable-name way, whether front-end or admin panels, that all my themes can (a) expose a hook after a $_POST, $_GET, series of get_option(), and series of $_SERVER evaluations are done at the top of a theme file; (b) expose a hook before content is displayed; and (c) expose a filter that lets someone alter the content before being displayed.
Oct
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comment How do I make a theme “plugin-ready”?
Interesting, but doesn't take into account the admin panels for a given theme.
Oct
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comment How do I make a theme “plugin-ready”?
Besides, I don't consider it bad advice. I mean, the thing you prescribe, where I tell people to do do_action() and apply_filters() -- I'm already doing that. And then I conclude and tell people that in their plugins they will need to use add_action() and add_filter() so that it can trigger those do_action() and apply_filters() calls in the theme. So, I guess I don't understand what point your making, and then anything else in this discussion besides this point sounds like an issue to take up with meta.