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Ajax - The core of WordPress uses Ajax only in the administration screens. For instance, Ajax is used for instant updates when you are doing comment moderation, and when you are adding and deleting items from lists such as categories, blogroll, and posts; Ajax is also the technology behind the auto-save functionality on post and page editing screens. Several themes and plugins also use Ajax; for instance, some post rating plugins.

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There is a plugin that is loading ajax actions like so: add_action( 'wp_ajax_nopriv_func_name', array( &$this, 'func_name' ) ); add_action( 'wp_ajax_get_func_name', array( &$this, 'func_name … after they have been added. I brought $wp_filter into scope and saw they were definitely set before my code and unset after. It looks though like wordpress when you add ajax actions works a little …
asked May 17 '15 by Guerrilla
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The main issue I was having is that when an ajax request hits not all hooks are being loaded. I used this code: $return = array(); foreach( $GLOBALS['wp_actions'] as $action => $count … ) { $return["message"] .= $action . ", "; } wp_send_json($return); This showed me the hooks that were running before and I got it to work. I think removing ajax actions on "wp_loaded" is probably best as …
answered May 18 '15 by Guerrilla