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I want to pass two query string variables, and their values, from one admin page to another. When I try to do so, on the final destination page, it indicates the variables are not set. My code is … . There were many previous Stack Exchange questions regarding query string variables, but I didn’t see anything specifically about doing so on admin pages. function custom_query_vars_filter($vars …
asked Feb 12 by cag8f
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I did some more nosing around in Stack Exchange, and found this previous question. it has no accepted answers, but a few of the replies gave specific instructions on how to pass variables to admin
answered Feb 13 by cag8f
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contains just one PHP file, which creates a new admin page for you, and adds a full admin table. The PHP file is very heavily commented, and serves as a tutorial for exactly how to use the WP List Table …
answered Feb 20 by cag8f
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I've added a new page to my admin area, and am now trying to add an admin table to this page, using the WP List Table class (per these instructions). Per the instructions, I would like to first … ) the instructions I'm using. But following them yields the same issue. Thanks in advance. Code added to functions.php if(!class_exists('WP_List_Table')){ require_once( ABSPATH . 'wp-admin
asked Feb 13 by cag8f