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I'm quite sure the problem is not with the WordPress hook you're using. Instead, the following: Cannot find $_FILES, in $_POST, there's the filename .. is most likely because your form tag (<form>) does not have the required enctype attribute which must be set to multipart/form-data to make file upload input works in that the file gets uploaded to ...


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So I could understand why you "customized" (i.e. use your own version of) the do_settings_sections() and do_settings_fields() functions — because you want to use div and not table, right? But if it's just about styling, you could actually just use CSS to style the table so that it doesn't look like a table; however, you'll have to try doing that on ...


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