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WordPress stores user generated content, along with other configurable information, in a database (typically MySQL).

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Sounds like browser prefetching, see WordPress core tickets #12603, #14382, and #20192. Basically, sometimes some browsers see what the next post is, and decide to go ahead and load it while you are …
answered Jun 7 '14 by J.D.
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that it calls a method called start_transaction(). That start_transaction() method starts a MySQL database transaction: function start_transaction() { global $wpdb … ' ) ); add_filter( 'query', array( $this, '_drop_temporary_tables' ) ); } It does this so that any changes that your test makes in the database can just be rolled back afterward in the tearDown …
answered Mar 10 '16 by J.D.
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Yes, it is possible to add, update and delete data in custom tables with a plugin. When you run your insert_data_into_table() function, what errors do you get?
answered Aug 27 '13 by J.D.
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The unit tests transform all CREATE TABLE and DROP TABLE queries to CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE and DROP TEMPORARY TALBE, respectively. So in your tearDown the query will attempt to drop temporary tables w …
answered Sep 13 '13 by J.D.
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No, there is no inherent security flaw in $wpdb, or using it within a shortcode. However, you can introduce vulnerabilities if you aren't careful how you use it. There are primarily two issues that yo …
answered Jan 17 by J.D.