I have a dataset, which has previously been split into 3 sets: train, validation and test. These sets have to be used as given in order to compare the performance across different algorithms.
I have two date fields where I want to make sure the “end date” is always later than the “start date”.
In my theme, i am grabbing user input with get_option() and according to that input i want to i want to declare a new variable and print in my single.php file. For example:
I’m having trouble validating a nonce created with
wp_create_nonce() inside a hidden input with the name nonce in an html form:
Uncaught ReferenceError: $ is not defined
I’m trying to define a GET REST API endpoint with register_rest_route
I have a custom post type (CPT) called
event. I have a meta box for the type with several fields. I would like to validate some fields before publishing an event. For example, if an event’s date is not specified I would like to display an informative error message, save the event for future editing, but prevent that event from being published. Is ‘pending’ status for an CPT post without all necessary info the right way to treat it?
I am trying to extend the Gutenberg
core/gallery block to add some new functionality to my image gallery on the frontend. I have created a separate plugin to handle this task.
I have registered my script with the following code:
The Professional WordPress Plugin Development book explains in detail how to properly use the Settings API, and it also demonstrates how to add Menus and Submenus, but unfortunately it doesn’t provide any joined-up examples of this. Whilst I’ve managed to get most of it working, I can’t figure out how to properly implement add_settings_error on custom Menu pages. Here is my code: