Unless the value of the $sha256 property is hard-coded in the class, you need to store it somewhere (database, file,…) so that you can use it in a different Ajax request. Once the request to wp_ajax_vault is processed and a response is sent back to the requester all the data in the class properties is … Read more
Look into the WP_Fatal_Error_Handler class. I see a couple of filters in its display_default_error_template() method that might be helpful for you: wp_php_error_args wp_php_error_message The entire class is a drop-in, so if you need to you can replace it entirely with your own version, but I think one of those filters—probably wp_php_error_args—might be what you’re looking … Read more
I ended up using the updated_option hook and checking if a widget or sidebar has been updated. When a widget is added, removed or saved, the update_option hook is fired. All widget option names start with “widget_“. By checking if the option name starts with “widget_” we can determine if a widget was added, removed … Read more
Add text when displying attribute with a hook on single product page
Reposition variation stock message
Ninja Forms: Front-End Forms, Post ID?
A way to see real changes of posts inside an action?
The answer is don’t use wp_set_post_terms, use wp_set_object_terms instead. wp_set_post_terms only works with the built-in post object.
First of all, I like to know that you are using a custom post type and in that you want to add featured image support, if yes then you need to write extra code in functions.php of theme. $post_type_name = new Cuztom_Post_Type( ‘your-custom-post-type’, array( ‘supports’ => array(‘thumbnail’) ));
You may use the following code (either in your active theme’s functions.php file or in a custom plugin): // This line is preferably be added to your theme’s functions.php file // with other add_theme_support() function calls. add_theme_support( ‘disable-layout-styles’ ); // These two lines will probably not be necessary eventually remove_filter( ‘render_block’, ‘wp_render_layout_support_flag’, 10, 2 ); … Read more