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Title may not be clear but I'm using update_option($my_option, $new_order); and for some reason it would not work but if instead I change to update_option('my-option-name' $new_order); it works.

I check that $my_option has a value and 'my-option-name' exists and has some values on it.

Without digging more, is there any reason or cases where using a $variable may stop the update_option(), If so, how can be sorted.

Thanks

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  • We need more code give an answer. The only reason is that $variable is either not set or has a wrong value.
    – fuxia
    Commented Nov 14, 2012 at 4:01

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Try this:

$optionname = 'option_1';
update_option( 'prefix_' . $optionname, $option_value );
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it's posible only if your variable not exists at the moment of function update_option executes...

try to debug your application.

var_dump($variable,$data);
update_option($variable,$data);
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  • That’s not how var_dump() works. The second argument controls the display option.
    – fuxia
    Commented Nov 14, 2012 at 6:41
  • your right Toscho, too much console.log from yesterday... but anyway debuging update code is only way to ensure that we have a problem... Commented Nov 14, 2012 at 6:42

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