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I am trying to remove an action from Woothemes' Sensei plugin.

If I do on the functions.php:

global $woothemes_sensei;
remove_action('sensei_lesson_video', array($woothemes_sensei->frontend, 'sensei_lesson_video'));

I can remove the action.

But if I do the same on a plugin, I can't.

Actually, the problem is that after var_dumping $woothemes_sensei on a plugin a get NULL.

Why is that?

EDIT: Well, here is the answer. I should put the code inside a function and hooked it to initor after_setup_theme. But I found a Sensei hook, that runs before the loop (sensei_before_main_content). So I did:

    add_action('sensei_before_main_content', 'trib_s2sensei');

function trib_s2sensei() {

   global $woothemes_sensei;
   remove_action('sensei_lesson_video', array($woothemes_sensei->frontend, 'sensei_lesson_video')); 
}
  • when does the plugin add that action? what action do you run your code on? – Milo Feb 7 '15 at 20:53
  • I could not understand your questions. I am saying that this exactly code works on the functions.php theme file but not on a custom plugin. Is it a matter of when? Should I run this code on any wp action hook when placing it on a plugin? – Luis Rock Feb 7 '15 at 21:43
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The include of custom code via theme is different from the including via plugin. It is important, that you add a hook to include your custom source inside the plugin, like after_setup_theme, maybe with a low priority, after the default theme init his code.

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  • Well, it worked hooking it to after_setup_theme. Thanks for the suggestion. But don't you think it would be better hooking it to init ? – Luis Rock Feb 7 '15 at 22:18
  • The hook is depending from the hook, there was used from the source, there you will remove. – bueltge Feb 7 '15 at 22:19

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