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awarded  Notable Question
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accepted jQuery does not work on WordPress editor
Aug
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comment jQuery does not work on WordPress editor
@Milo - I did change to return, however it didn't affect the jQuery situation - still doesn't work. any more suggestions?
Aug
27
comment jQuery does not work on WordPress editor
@tosho - yes, I did check whether the issue was related to non-conflict jQuery, so I did try both ways (using $ and jQuery), but the problem persists.
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asked jQuery does not work on WordPress editor
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accepted How to load dynamic option with ajax
Jun
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comment How to load dynamic option with ajax
Sorry, if I wasn't clear. I meant adding more code than necessary... I'll have another look at wp_localize_script. Maybe the example I've seen wasn't clear enough or I didn't really understand it. At least now I know that seems to be the best way anyway. Thanks for your help.
Jun
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comment How to load dynamic option with ajax
I find it cumbersome because in order to retrieve a relatively simple data I'll need to create a php function, use add_action and write some js as opposed to simple write some js and retrieve the data. This process will be repeated a few times. Both options have downsides: the wp_localize_script will pollute my application (I'll of course try to concatenate most of the functions together, but maybe not all) whilst creating multiple ajax calls will have a negative impact on performance. However this functionality is for WP admin area only, so won't be public facing.
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asked How to load dynamic option with ajax
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awarded  Popular Question
May
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asked How to minimize WP dashboard menu programmatically?
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awarded  Commentator
May
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comment Full page (no WP admin menus and options) admin theme options
Ok, it seems getting rid of the admin menu might not be a good idea, but what about a page redirect using javascript? For instance, I could use onclick="window.location.href = http://localhost:8888/wordpress/my_page_here" to redirect the user to a custom page, however how could I include this page into my theme (either built in or self-created upon activating the theme)?
May
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comment Full page (no WP admin menus and options) admin theme options
It does seems interesting, but what I meant was not fully full screen. I want to keep the browser window. I just don't want the wordpress admin menu items... Thanks for the tip anyway. It might be useful in the next project.
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asked Full page (no WP admin menus and options) admin theme options
Apr
15
comment Using several add_action with parameters inside a class
Thanks dude! Your help was much appreciated indeed! I was struggling with this issue for a couple days now...
Apr
15
accepted Using several add_action with parameters inside a class
Apr
15
comment Using several add_action with parameters inside a class
I apologise! It does work! I must have mistyped something when I copied it initially. One question though, in my __construct, how should I add so many arrays? public function __construct( $enqueued = array(), $another_array = array(), so on so forth? )or should I create an array with nested arrays?
Apr
15
comment Using several add_action with parameters inside a class
This file is being included in the functions.php, so it follows the standard interpretation order, I suppose. I'll create a new file copying literally everything you wrote above and try again. I'll get back to you shortly. Thank you again for your help! Much appreciated