Here is my metabox array( 'id' => 'all_btns', 'name' => 'Button Select', 'type' => 'select', 'options' => array( 'button' => 'Button', 'button_red' => 'Button Red',…
Upon saving a new post (of a certain post type), a given operation has to run. The problem is that the operation is calling an external (slow) API, which means that the (not logget in) end-user might having to wait for 20-30 seconds, upon creating this new post (not good for the user-experience).
I have a situation where I have a function hooked to more than one custom hooks.
How to check in the callback function which custom hook triggered the call?
In a plugin class I want to provide simple fields for public data: email, phone number, Twitter etc. The list can be extended.
$wp_customize global object:
I have a function like this: