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WordPress Plugins allow easy modification, customization, and enhancement to a WordPress blog. Instead of changing the core programming of WordPress, you can add functionality with WordPress Plugins.

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Haven't tested this yet, but it should do the trick in 3x: // Get all the existing links $arr_args = array( 'hide_invisible' => 0 ); $arr_links = get_bookmarks( $arr_args ); // Run through the list …
answered Dec 6 '10 by MathSmath
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There is no php-based solution without hacking core. Crack open the file wp-admin/edt-tag-form.php and you'll see it. The hook you're using is fired right before the submit button, and the rest of the …
answered Jan 12 '11 by MathSmath
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Where are you putting the wp_schedule_event() code? My guess is, you have it somewhere that's causing it to run on every page load, causing the action to be scheduled multiple times (like maybe you ju …
answered Jan 26 '11 by MathSmath
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Sounds like your widget written in the old (pre 2.8) style rather than using the widget class. If that's the case, you need to add code in a few different places to handle multiple instances (it's not …
answered Dec 14 '10 by MathSmath
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Dashboard widgets only go on the dashboard. You can't put 'em on any other pages, as far as I know. For a primer on plugin options, see the codex article on creating plugin options pages. Is there a …
answered Jan 3 '11 by MathSmath
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I'm writing a plugin that creates and handles a simple form. This has been my approach sofar, but it's turned out to have some major flaws: 1) On plugin activation, create a blank page for the form a …
asked Nov 10 '10 by MathSmath
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These values are serialized. You should not be manually editing them. EDIT: To elaborate, you can manipulate these values through WordPress using the following functions (depending on whether they'r …
answered Jun 14 '12 by MathSmath
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Since you only want a single value from a single column, you can use the get_var method instead of the query method--that way, you don't need to loop though any results (you get the result as a string …
answered Jan 12 '12 by MathSmath
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For anyone who wants to know more about file uploading, here's a quick primer covering the major topics and pain points. This is written with WordPress 3.0 on a Linux box in mind, and the code is just …
answered Nov 23 '10 by MathSmath