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WordPress, PHP-MySQL, JavaScript and Python web developer, tea, good music and classic movies addict from India.


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revised Adding a metabox on a CPT's submenu page
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Jun
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comment Adding a metabox on a CPT's submenu page
It's a typo! Updating the question.
Jun
2
revised Metabox on a custom page - How to include the appropriate default scripts and styles?
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Jun
2
comment Metabox on a custom page - How to include the appropriate default scripts and styles?
Okay, I will edit my answer.
Jun
2
asked Metabox on a custom page - How to include the appropriate default scripts and styles?
Jun
2
comment Adding Custom Metaboxes to Custom Pages
I had to do do_meta_boxes call!
Jun
2
revised Adding a metabox on a CPT's submenu page
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Jun
2
comment Adding a metabox on a CPT's submenu page
The 'add_meta_boxes' action is not called on custom pages. Besides, my current action works fine.
Jun
1
asked Adding a metabox on a CPT's submenu page
Jun
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comment Adding Custom Metaboxes to Custom Pages
Thanks. I will do that!
Jun
1
comment Adding Custom Metaboxes to Custom Pages
Asking a little late, the action hook is triggered but my metabox callback doesn't seem to work. Any reasons?
May
28
comment How to create thousands of endpoints for a post or a page or a custom post type programatically?
Right, I wasn't very clear on what he wanted.
May
27
comment How to create thousands of endpoints for a post or a page or a custom post type programatically?
What you're calling endpoints, are actually url slugs for posts. When you create a new custom post, these slugs will be automatically created for you. You do not need to explicitly create them. What exactly is your use case?
May
27
revised How to create thousands of endpoints for a post or a page or a custom post type programatically?
Formatting.
May
27
comment Woocommerce comments subscription
I see you found the answer!
May
27
comment Woocommerce comments subscription
This may be a little tricky but it works. Inspect the text marked in yellow using Firebug or Chrome's Dev tools, then search for the element's id or class in the source files. You can also search for the entire text in yellow in your source files for WooCommerce. Now go through the files in which this text appears and read the code. You will find an action or filter hook that will allow you to translate and return the text.
May
27
comment Checking if the data already exsis in the wp database - custom plugin
That's great man. If you're stuck again, skype me, the id is rutwick.gangurde.
May
26
comment Checking if the data already exsis in the wp database - custom plugin
Dude, print out the SQL query, run it directly on your DB. First with an existing email, then with a non existent one. If the query works, my code will work fine. Are you on Skype?
May
26
comment Checking if the data already exsis in the wp database - custom plugin
Check my updated answer.
May
26
revised Checking if the data already exsis in the wp database - custom plugin
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