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accepted dynamically update permalink and title with the values of custom fileds
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comment dynamically update permalink and title with the values of custom fileds
I've not been able to test this yet, but am accepting this as is because the WP documentation supports what you've said. Thanks!
Nov
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comment dynamically update permalink and title with the values of custom fileds
I've updated the title to better reflect what Im after. I think hiding the title field is nessicary to prevent the user from getting the impression they can efect changes here. Ultimatly I would like to pull custom field data but wp_insert_post_data is exactly what I need to acomplish this. One question - what happens if two posts have exactly the same $data['post_name'] ?
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revised dynamically update permalink and title with the values of custom fileds
A more descriptive title
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asked dynamically update permalink and title with the values of custom fileds
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asked wp_dropdown_categories in custom post type with custom taxonomy
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answered passing markup thought a shortcode attribute
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accepted admin_notices after register_uninstall / deactivate_hook
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revised admin_notices after register_uninstall / deactivate_hook
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revised admin_notices after register_uninstall / deactivate_hook
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Jul
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comment admin_notices after register_uninstall / deactivate_hook
@kaiser Yes I've seen all the docs and that answer - but none allow a notice to the admin due (i believe) to the page refresh after they occur. Will update question in a moment.
Jul
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asked admin_notices after register_uninstall / deactivate_hook
Jul
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comment Uninstall, Activate, Deactivate a plugin: typical features & how-to
Think this should do it: register_activation_hook( __FILE__, function() { add_option('Activated_Plugin','Plugin-Slug'); }); add_action('admin_init', 'load_plugin'); function load_plugin() { if ( ! current_user_can( 'activate_plugins' ) ) return; if(is_admin()&&get_option('Activated_Plugin')=='Plugin-Slug') { delete_option('Activated_Plugin'); add_action( 'admin_notices', 't5_check_admin_notices', 0 ); } }
Jul
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comment Uninstall, Activate, Deactivate a plugin: typical features & how-to
Actually just stumbled on the easy way: stackoverflow.com/a/13927297/362445
Jul
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comment Uninstall, Activate, Deactivate a plugin: typical features & how-to
I see - but if the plugin is activated outside the plugin page (say as part of a theme dependency) then your checks will get skipped no? So I tried moving add_action( 'admin_notices', 't5_check_admin_notices', 0 ); into an activation hook and the plugin activates without performing the checks . . .
Jul
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comment Uninstall, Activate, Deactivate a plugin: typical features & how-to
Touch confused, so basically there isn't a call to register_activation_hook here -- why not use it? Also will this fire before or after register_activation_hook and will register_activation_hook fire even if the above doesn't pass?
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answered gravity forms jQuery.load into modal
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asked gravity forms jQuery.load into modal
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