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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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This part triggers it: = ["widget_text-$id"] Copy paste gone wrong or something? Square brackets used this way make no sense to PHP.
answered Dec 12 '10 by Rarst
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This seems like raw SQL that won't make sense to PHP at all. You can run this queries, as raw queries using $wpdb->query() but it's more proper to use its $wpdb->insert() method. See wpdb Class > IN …
answered Dec 14 '10 by Rarst
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Contact plugin's developer and ask him to fix?.. But I guess that is probably not an option if plugin is broken badly and remains that way. For a quick band-aid try this right after object is created …
answered Nov 27 '10 by Rarst
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The common options are the following: Provide a shortcode to use in page's content. Implement as page template, unfortunately needs to be in theme, WP really doesn't like to let plugins do this. Imp …
answered Jan 25 '15 by Rarst
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These two are pretty close, but relate to slightly different stages of the process. In purely technical terms WordPress has two different APIs — Options API and Settings API. Options API deals with s …
answered Apr 18 '14 by Rarst
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I am not sure about two runs either. Had you tried just dumping content inside function instead of debug? Something like this: function form( $instance ) { var_dump( $instance ); $defaults …
answered Sep 15 '10 by Rarst
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PHP is inherently designed as non–persistent language, every request starts from no state and builds up from there. WP mostly follows this, with every request performing core boot and proceeding to p …
answered Nov 29 '16 by Rarst
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post__not_in only takes arrays - so it should such, even if you are only passing single value. Simply pass array($post->ID).
answered Jan 19 '11 by Rarst
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As per your other question rather than trying to use older API to implement widgets it is better to use newer and current approach as per Widgets API in Codex. The difference is that newer code is mo …
answered Jul 3 '11 by Rarst
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Other than order of execution it doesn't really matter where code is run. In general case you can move code to Functions File (functions.php) of theme or create simple plugin and it will still work. …
answered Dec 2 '10 by Rarst
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You should not ship general purpose styles with any public plugin. There are two typical approaches to this: Don't ship any styles and rely on simple/expected markup. This works for cases like widg …
answered Aug 17 '14 by Rarst
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Not sure about nonces. As for arguments it is probably their usage of add_meta_box(): $callback_args (array) (optional) Arguments to pass into your callback function. The callback will receive …
answered Sep 14 '10 by Rarst
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The available templates are returned by get_page_templates(), which mostly forwards it to current theme's object. There is also more specialized page_template_dropdown(), which you might be able to u …
answered Feb 15 '15 by Rarst
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Yes, $terms contains all terms that are retrieved from database for display so whatever changes you make will cascade upwards to interface. One issue I am not sure about if that will affect paginatio …
answered Jan 12 '11 by Rarst
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Filter doesn't intercept function, it merely plugs in existing hook. There are no hooks to use in that method.
answered Jan 15 '11 by Rarst

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