WordPress modify plugin function

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Antonella Framework has been created to be able to make plugins in team or individual in a clean and tidy way. Using the class system, with PSR-4 structure makes that we can worry about the plugin operation and make the continuation of the plugin with a short learning curve.

You can create Gutenberg Blocks from the console bypassing the preparation. So you only worry about the development of the block with the template JS file that has been prepared for it as an example.

Possibility to test with a WP test within the project. Possibility to refresh the project every time a change is made. Possibility to see an error in the code during testing (on refresh). Creation of .env file for database configuration in testing and .env-example to see an example.

Welcome to the helpers for antonella. Creation of the helper «view» to use it in blade without the need to assign the cache paths each time you invoke it. Creating your own helpers through the console

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WordPress automatically creates URLs for pages and posts based on their title. However it does not optimize these URLs and for this reason we have created a plugin that removes all the superfluous words and optimizes the URL for search engines.

[UPDATE 28 JULY 2015 ] Today we have published version 1.4 of this plugin. We have modified the behavior that the plugin had until now to make it more intuitive. Until now the plugin did not optimize the URLs until the post / page draft was saved for the first time or published (if you had not previously saved the draft at least once). Now the plugin modifies the URL when WordPress creates it with AJAX so the URL displayed is already optimized. From then on you can modify it and the plugin does not touch it again. It only optimizes it the first time. This is not offered by WordPress SEO functionality and we think this is why it is a good idea to use our plugin to optimize WordPress URLs. [ /UPDATE 28 JULY 2015 ]

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For example, the WooCommerce registration form, damn it! I wouldn’t have even thought of this form if I hadn’t been asked by one of my maintenance service clients. The customer is giving his email, so you have to adapt it. What’s more, he is creating a user account! It is time to inform him in detail what we will do with his data.

You have the option in WooCommerce > Settings > Accounts & Privacy > Account creation > Allow customers to create an account on the «My account» page if you have WooCommerce updated to version 3.4+ or in WooCommerce > Settings > Accounts > User registration > Allow customer registration on the «My account» page if you use an older version (if this is the case you’d better think about upgrading).

Well, it’s time to include, as always, the privacy policy acceptance box in addition to the information of the «first layer», the basic privacy data that apply to this form: data controller, purpose, legitimacy, recipients… Anyway, I think you know what it’s all about.

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Little by little WordPress is tending to be a framework more than a cms and with the incorporation of the new API Rest we will have much more power for it.in this mini tutorial we will learn how to create your database tables with WordPress.    In other chapters we will see how to create, edit, delete those data as if it were a content post type.Steps to create your own table:<?php

?>As you can see so far simple, so now let’s write our function.To work with database in WordPress we use the wpbd class this class contains a series of functions to interact with the database.If we want to use the prefix of the name of the tables we use in WordPress , or other functions we have to declare it as global $wpbdAnother function that we will need to use the queries is the dbDelta function that will serve to launch a query.function db_plugin_sample() {