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comment wp_update_post via ajax from frontend
Is this really necessary? Doesn't the data get sanitized in wp_insert_post() as in this question: wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/9515/…
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comment wp_update_post via ajax from frontend
Thank you. This Plugin has the same issue, but I noticed, that this issue is only present in FF, so I found the solution.
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comment wp_update_post via ajax from frontend
Thanks a lot, but had no success. Same result. I see the changes in the backend only on hard refresh, or when I switch pages.
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comment wp_update_post via ajax from frontend
That if a editor has the post open in frontend-editing mode, and the back end edit post page, he will get confused. He edits the post on frontend, saves, refreshes the backend and won't see the changes (although the changes are saved).
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comment Enqueue scripts based on options
If those are all some tiny scripts, I'd go with lamzozo's suggestion. However, if some scripts are big, I'd load them conditionally. I personally like the Jedi Master Way: scribu.net/wordpress/optimal-script-loading.html
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answered Pass a PHP variable (loop-audio.php) to jQuery function (js/script.js)
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comment how to “not” display new posts with a specific category on the main page?
+1 for using pre_get_posts
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comment Problems in migration of WordPress site from local server to the online server
Just as a sidenote: I recommend to use the same level of error reporting on you local server as on your productive server to recongnize such errors (or notices) on your local machine too.