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answered Create a post with user_register doesn't create title
Jan
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accepted Redirect after get_delete_post_link
Jan
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comment Redirect after get_delete_post_link
So, I got this to work after doing some more reading on it. I decided to remove the post div instead of redirect. Had to use the $(this).attr("id") instead of .val() ... I used the response to make sure the response matched the post-id of the div I wanted to remove... and then I removed it! Thanks for pointing the direction!
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comment update_post_meta only updating on last loop of foreach
That worked. Can't believe I didn't try that. I just assumed all would be will fine because update_post_meta() says it would create it if it doesn't exist. Thanks!!
Jan
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accepted update_post_meta only updating on last loop of foreach
Jan
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asked update_post_meta only updating on last loop of foreach
Jan
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comment Redirect after get_delete_post_link
Thanks for your response. I'm not super experienced with jQuery just yet. Looking over .post... I'm a little confused as to what it does and how I use it here. Also, I'm assuming I redirect in wpse_delete_post() if wp_delete_post is successful right?
Jan
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asked Redirect after get_delete_post_link
Jan
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accepted wp_redirect “headers already sent” after front-end submission form
Jan
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comment wp_redirect “headers already sent” after front-end submission form
Well, I separated it. And it worked! I'll make the $_POST names unique so they won't clash with anything else.
Jan
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comment wp_redirect “headers already sent” after front-end submission form
Thanks! This is something that I'd rather do to keep things separate. However, I've been searching for the past hour trying to get a better understanding of how to use template_redirect or what it actually does. I'm dumbfounded.
Jan
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comment wp_redirect “headers already sent” after front-end submission form
Thanks for your response. That took care of the error, but it didn't add the post. :(
Jan
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comment wp_redirect “headers already sent” after front-end submission form
@Milo I removed all white space that I could that made sense... inbetween lines and after lines. Same error.
Jan
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comment wp_redirect “headers already sent” after front-end submission form
Thanks for your response. I tried what you suggested with just using notepad. I even ensured Notepad++ (my code editor) was saving UTF-8 without BOM. Re-uploaded the file... and now I have this error: Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/sadlight/public_html/members/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/bp-de‌​fault/header.php:2) in /home/sadlight/public_html/members/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 876 .... Line 2 of header.php is <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" <?php language_attributes(); ?>>
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asked wp_redirect “headers already sent” after front-end submission form
Dec
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answered Linebreaks behaving oddly inside blockquotes