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bio website cirkut.net
location United States
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Have been working with graphics for over 10 years now, and dived into web design and programming 7 years ago now. Many years of trial and error have brought me experience.


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asked Schedule event every second thursday of the month
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comment Get user id from email?
This and the chosen answer both do what I want. Thank you for your quick replies!
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comment Get user id from email?
This is exactly what I needed. Thank you so much!
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accepted Get user id from email?
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comment Get user id from email?
I see what you mean. I could probably add their email and their ID (if they have one), and if not provide a random nonce or random number to verify. However, in the case that they decide to just go to that page (instead of using the link), I don't want to save an email to the database (of unsubbed users) when it could correlate with a user (and therefore their own user meta).
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asked Get user id from email?
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comment Custom Register Link on Backend Form
thanks for replying and letting me know. Creating my own login.php seems like something that would work in the future of the project I'm working on. However, for now I've decided to just alter the WordPress Core. The only downside for me is that it will have to be edited for every upgrade of WordPress :/ Thanks for all your insight and help!
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revised Custom Register Link on Backend Form
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comment Custom Register Link on Backend Form
core.trac.wordpress.org/browser/tags/3.2.1/wp-login.php#L418 That's the section of code that I want to modify, but I want to be able to do it without modifying the source code. If I have to for now I will, but it would be great if I could with a filter or action.
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comment Custom Register Link on Backend Form
After looking at the backend more, it seems like this is the wrong function, like something that's added to the 'Meta' widget. In the backend, the HTML just involves a <p> and the registration link. Hmm.
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comment Custom Register Link on Backend Form
I've added this to my functions file, but it doesn't change the link at all. :/
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comment Custom Register Link on Backend Form
I'm not entirely sure how add_filter() works. How would I apply this to change a link? Would I add an filter that calls a modified version of this function?
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answered What is the advantage of using home.php over index.php for the front page