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The Settings API, added in WordPress 2.7, allows admin pages containing settings forms to be managed semi-automatically. It lets you define settings pages, sections within those pages and fields within the sections. New settings pages can be registered along with sections and fields inside them. Existing settings pages can also be added to by registering new settings sections or fields inside of them.

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Although I don't agree with your purpose, here the action hooks you may use (you have not shown us what you are using to save the options, so I can not say which one is better). If you use add_option …
answered Feb 6 '15 by cybmeta
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When you register a setting, you pass the santize callback for that setting: register_setting( 'my_setting_group', 'my_setting_name', // The next parameter is the validation callback …
answered Oct 15 '15 by cybmeta
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If a third party plugin (the plugin you want to extend) uses the Settings API, you can add a new setting field if you now the options page and option group defined by the third party plugin. Just use …
answered Dec 27 '16 by cybmeta