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comment noheader on the user/frontend side
Works like a charm, thank you!!!
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comment Request parameters in $_GET do not match URL called
Please allow me one more clarifying point: this is only for GET parameters, right. I can put anything through post without registering that parameter name, right?
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comment Request parameters in $_GET do not match URL called
Thank you so much, I will use your suggestions to fix my code first thing tomorrow morning.
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comment Setting page title and keywords from PHP code
Thank you very much, I'll give this a try tomorrow morning. This seems to be exactly what I was looking for!
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comment Hooking custom PHP output into WP: how to do it, parse_request almost works but not quite
Thank you very much of your explanation; I'll be trying this over he weekend. For what it's worth, I've in the meantime gotten a variant of this to work which uses a shortcode which is inserted into an automatically generated post.
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comment Hooking custom PHP output into WP: how to do it, parse_request almost works but not quite
On my test/demo install, I have in vertical order: 1) Black WP menu bar (across width of entire window) 2) Site Title 3) Image 4) Black Content menu bar (across width of content area) 5a) Left/Main Content Block containing "Hello World" 5b) Right Content Block: Search, Recent Posts, Recent Comments, Archives, Categories, Meta I would like my content to be shown in 5a. Alternatively 5a and 5b combined would also be OK. Thanks Robert
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asked Hooking custom PHP output into WP: how to do it, parse_request almost works but not quite