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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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It's hard to say from your code. The exclude_tree parameter of wp_dropdown_categories() is pretty undocumented in codex. It's making use of get_categories() which does not list it at all. If you don …
answered Nov 23 '10 by hakre
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1) The attachment_fields_to_save filter does not get applied, even though I can see the echo'd text inside the media-upload.php window. I know this because the _imageTop meta only gets written to t …
answered Nov 24 '10 by hakre
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The URL is okay, what you need to add are cookies that authenticate you as the user who is allowed to see the preview. That is basically sending headers. I would start with the HTTP API (Wordpress Cod …
answered Nov 24 '10 by hakre
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If you need that in your UI to manage those: /wp-admin/upload.php?detached=1 Add the address to your blog in front. Or more descriptive: Log into your admin then use the menu: Media -> Library. Se …
answered Nov 11 '10 by hakre
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Like Jan Fabry wrote, you need to pass the cookie information with the request. Basically that's the admins' login-cookie. You can add those with the $args array parameter.
answered Feb 5 '11 by hakre
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Even this question has already an accepted answer, I will try to give a more broad answer to the problem. If you want to get the name of the page the user has requested, there is a global variable th …
answered Nov 19 '10 by hakre
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Let's give this a guess out of the blue: Check the encoding of your plugin file. It should be ASCII, also named US-ASCII or ascii-7bit. This ensures that your plugin is most compatible to wordpress in …
answered Nov 19 '10 by hakre
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The link you've giving is for the function add_rewrite_tag() not WP_Rewrite::add_rewrite_tag()Codex. The later documentation is a bit misleading because it links the other global function (which has …
answered Aug 17 '11 by hakre
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To best answer your question I suggest to not answer it ;) Or more precisely: Encapsulate what varies. As you right now do not know how / where to store your settings, create objects that are provid …
answered Feb 5 '11 by hakre
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I use Fakemail to test diverse mailing functionality of the software.
answered Apr 29 '11 by hakre
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Please mail plugins - wordpress.org and ask them to remove your plugin. Provide all infos and explain that you won't start to develop the plugin so the name should no longer be blocked. I would use …
answered Aug 17 '10 by hakre
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From what you write, it looks to me that you accidentially copied/tagged the whole /trunk directory in your SVN while tagging/branching. As the wordpress plugin directory just grabs the full directory …
answered Nov 12 '10 by hakre
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Admin pages are basically spoken nothing else then a hook to a function, so it is technically not a problem to add your own pages without making use of the menu. I was not aware of an API function th …
answered Sep 14 '10 by hakre
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If you want to prevent deleting a single or a list of category IDs within the admin, you can prevent so by blocking all requests that delete the category. There is no hook in wordpress you can make u …
answered Nov 23 '10 by hakre
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I do from in-place hacking on the server in the guts of a life system to more structured dev / test / stage / life cycle using version control systems and automated tests. It just depends on the job. …
answered Aug 24 '10 by hakre

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