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Theoretically, sure. Differences in the PHP and MySQL versions could certainly lead to different behavior. How likely it is that it only shows in settings not being saved, that is another question. D …
answered Oct 7 '17 by janh
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It's safe if a) the management interface is only accessible by trusted users and b) there are no bugs. You can take care of a), but you'll have to trust them for b). How it's done: they send you to a …
answered Nov 3 '17 by janh
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If you, for some reason, don't want to use the shortcode ([ratings]), you can always use the_ratings() directly in your template. Make sure you are within the loop so it'll be able to identify the co …
answered Jan 15 '18 by janh
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These look like methods of an object. If they are in the same object, use $this->X(), otherwise you will have to mimic ->X()'s behavior as you can't call a private method on an object.
answered Oct 9 '17 by janh
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You can use the wpseo_robots filter (yoast documentation) to override that. Add something like add_filter("wpseo_robots", function() { return "index, follow"; }); before calling get_header() to ove …
answered Oct 12 '17 by janh
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You cannot override header / footer templates from a plugin, you'll have to change the theme. theme_page_templates can be used to change the general template for the post type page. That template the …
answered Oct 21 '17 by janh
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You'll have to make the variable global when you define it, e.g. global $mydb; $mydb = new wpdb('username','password','database','localhost'); and then use global $mydb; in the other plugins … . Aside from theme files, functions.php, and plugins while being loaded, pretty much nothing in WP runs in global context, so if you need to access global variables, you'll have to use global. …
answered Oct 23 '17 by janh
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I initially misunderstood your question completely (too much tea, too focused on my initial idea of what your problem is instead of carefully reading ;). I believe that the problem isn't that the men …
answered Sep 16 '18 by janh
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What's keeping you from using the officially documented way to import products from csv? If you're running on an older version, there's an extension that does the same thing.
answered Oct 23 '17 by janh
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You could take a look at the enqueued scripts in $wp_scripts ($wp_scripts->registered), but the naming could be different ("it's requirejs but let's call it loadstuffjs, just because"), so I doubt it' …
answered Oct 15 '17 by janh
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That plugin is licensed under the GPL (GNU General Public License), so you can modify it as you please. You can even redistribute your modified version, as long as you do so under the GPL and adhere t …
answered Nov 1 '17 by janh
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You could just add a check for is_admin() and current_user_can("update_plugins") to make sure you're running only for admin users that are currently in wp-admin. Any user browsing the front end won't …
answered Oct 8 '17 by janh
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I've noticed this once myself (can't remember if it was the same plugin). The captcha sat there, but just submitting the form didn't trigger an error and worked perfectly, logging me in. My #1 advise …
answered Nov 30 '17 by janh
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$postids = get_option('codeable_posts_field'); This will give you a string of comma separated post ids (according to your code, and if the user follows the instructions). array( $postids ) will t …
answered Jan 24 '18 by janh