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You’ve forgotten the https://. This will happen in any HTML where you don’t add the protocol to a URL. Nothing to do with WordPress. However, you should use esc_url() when outputting user entered values into a link, to make sure the output is a valid URL, even if the user makes this same mistake: <a href="<?php echo esc_url( $item['url'] ); ?>&...


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A very helpful question, I think. There are two plugins, for the discussions let's say: ToBeDeprecated Plugin, and ToBeUplifted Plugin There could be many ways, but these are the points that come to my mind first: Before the Upgrade Seemless Migration In the code of the ToBeUplifted plugin, you should ensure a seamless migration process from the ...


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Rough idea: create a temporary download file. Use a random file name. create a program that will download the file. The program should delete the temporary download after a click on the download file link by the client send the download page (not the download file) link to the user, with a parameter that is the download file. You could put some 'downloaded ...


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@Rup's comment above led me to the answer; my wp-ajax request was functioning fine, but my incomplete understanding of jquery's $(this) selector meant that I was targeting the last item clicked with the success response each time. This question can now be closed.


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Here are few ideas how to relate content together in WordPress. Without knowing (and understanding) all the details and requirements it's difficult to give a complete answer, but these hopefully help you explore different possible solutions. Store relation data in CPT post meta. You can then use WP_Query with meta parameters to find matching posts Manage ...


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After testing a lot of things, I found this function, which works: function is_admin_request() { /** * Get current URL. * * @link https://wordpress.stackexchange.com/a/126534 */ $current_url = home_url( ...


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Using this code you can easy to set update quantity . qty box. i was also try this method it's working fine for me ...I hope it's also helpful thank you :) function wpse_292293_quantity_input_default( $args, $product ) { $productID = $product->id; foreach( WC()->cart->get_cart() as $key => $item ){ if( $item['product_id'] == $productID ...


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