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comment wp_set_object_terms() without accents
The name of a duplicated term are the same in database, their slugs are different. For example: Damián first saved: Damin, then: Damian.
Feb
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comment wp_set_object_terms() without accents
Sorry for the confusion. Upon saving a post the script checks if the taxonomy has terms. If it doesn't, then the script adds terms to the taxonomy. It works fine, however, if the terms already added to the taxonomy have accented characters, wordpress adds the same terms with accent to the taxonomy. This happens twice.
Feb
22
comment wp_set_object_terms() without accents
I corrected the code in my question - I used the correct call in functions.php, still the names got saved with accents.
Feb
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revised wp_set_object_terms() without accents
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comment Notice: Use of undefined constant - assumed ' '
The fields are properly filled and saved in admin, the error shows up even if user_email, user_login, user_firstname etc... is echoed. BTW, it works fine, I'm just curious why the debug throws this error.
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asked Notice: Use of undefined constant - assumed ' '
Oct
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answered Wordpress as webapp login session
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comment Wordpress as webapp login session
Thanks. It seems to work and users stay logged in while multitasking (and even after rebooting), if they ever logged in and clicked the remember me checkbox in Safari. Since it works this way without extending the cookie session I didn't add any other wp filter.
Oct
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revised Wordpress as webapp login session
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