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I am creating an admin page for a wordpress plugin. I have a form where the user can create a new table in the database.
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I am retrieving some post and to show post on first come first basic. Now I want to show those post on the top which
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I have a domein domain.com that domain is hosted with an another firm. therefore i make a pointer (domain.otherdomain.com) until the website is ready. The
I would love some help as I am really stuck. I want to be able to have some data collections within my WordPress. For example
I’m trying to create a plugin that will delete pictures and additional info from database on deleting custom post (sp_venue) via admin panel (wp-admin/edit-tags.php) In
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I’m using following code to display a notification in the admin dashboard. I want to display only on the main dashboard page (index.php), however the
Is there any way to remove admin menu inserted by plugin’s? Read more here: How to remove admin menu inserted by plugins
According to the WP_Class reference, $post->post_name holds the value of the slug of the current page being viewed. If I’m currently viewing the WP admin
I’m getting an error on the easy cart admin plugin on the backend, in the Store admin option. Here’s the error “There was a network
When the admin-user is viewing a page or post edit screen in WordPress admin, I assumed the following would give me that particular post’s ID.