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Plugins are tools to extend the functionality of WordPress.Use the tag to mark questions related to issues and bugs faced in the plugin or its improvement. This tag should not be used to mark requests for plugin recommendations, which are off-topic per the FAQ.

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I can think of two much simpler, more "WordPress way" approaches. First approach: create a custom theme or a child theme, and make a custom footer with room for widgets. This way, the business owner …
answered Feb 11 '20 by WebElaine
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If you can look through the installed plugins and theme, and look at their documentation, most will explain where and how to make the change. …
answered Jun 9 '20 by WebElaine
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The do_shortcode() syntax requires everything in one string. <?php $lockit = '[lockercat]' . 'your buttons etc.' . '[/lockercat]'; echo do_shortcode($lockit); ?>
answered Mar 26 '18 by WebElaine
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You could not update Core, you could not install additional plugins, it was basically frozen in time. … plugins or many mainstream plugins. …
answered May 24 '17 by WebElaine
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As Google stated, these warnings are suggestions for improvement. If you care about having your items listed as products in Google shopping, you should look into fixing the issue. If that doesn't appl …
answered Jan 7 '20 by WebElaine
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Plugin requests are considered off-topic here because plugin functionality can change and some plugins don't last, but I think it would be helpful to the community (and OP) to know that Oasis Workflow …
answered Jan 9 '19 by WebElaine
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If you really want to include them in a page, you could create a page template which pulls in the requested PDF by ID. So for example, you create the Page www.example.com/pdf/ and add a query string s …
answered Apr 13 '18 by WebElaine
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Hard to canonically answer, but as long as you haven't made the inputs and error message inaccessible to assistive technology, the only issue I foresee is what happens when someone tries to reset a pa …
answered Apr 24 '20 by WebElaine
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Using the <?php tag "correctly" - meaning the WordPress way - means you can't use it within post content. Some options you have: Use a shortcode instead. This will allow you to execute pre-written …
answered Sep 14 '17 by WebElaine
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In addition to content, you also need to specify font family. Otherwise the browser will use whatever font Divi has assigned to that icon, which is probably not Font Awesome. .get-social-rss .icon:be …
answered Nov 15 '17 by WebElaine
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Instead of looking for plugins, it would be wiser to look into the theme hierarchy and use something that's built-in. …
answered Aug 26 '19 by WebElaine
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WordPress doesn't put restrictions on third-party blocks. The only way to ensure a block can be added only once per post (or Page, or CPT) is when registering it - meaning the restriction was added by …
answered Jan 2 '20 by WebElaine
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A couple of notes here: You might find a custom post type to be better than using a built-in Page. You would create a post type called something like "players" or "football-players" and with it you' …
answered Apr 13 '17 by WebElaine
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The Core export function only outputs data from the prefix_posts and prefix_postmeta tables, so it would take a lot of doing to extend it to export other tables entirely, especially since it converts …
answered May 15 '19 by WebElaine
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You should never have to read wp-config to get database credentials. WordPress has built-in functions which are generally more secure for this sort of operation. In your plugin, simply call global $w …
answered Mar 16 '17 by WebElaine

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