WordPress, just get the adjacent image links. I’ll tell you what to do with them!
WordPress is normally great about providing functions that have a
return and an
echo version. In WordPress, if a function has the prefix
get_, then it does not
echo (print it into the content), but rather returns the result so that it can be saved as a variable, like so:
$example = get_example();
There are some functions that only have echo capability, so I wanted to share my work-around with you all.
Updated image_link functions
- adjacent_image_link() » get_adjacent_image_link()
- previous_image_link() » get_previous_image_link()
- next_image_link() » get_next_image_link()
Continue reading “Get Adjacent Images – More WordPress Functions”
Also, How to Check Plugin Status
Ever wonder if your widget is activated on an external site?
Here’s how to find out.
When you register a sidebar widget, you use code like this:
register_sidebar_widget(array('Name of Widget', 'class-of-widget'), 'widget_function');
If you want to check whether the widget is activated (you may want to for a variety of reasons), you can do it like this (the “class-of-widget” value from above will be used in the code below): Continue reading “How to Tell if Your WordPress Widget is Active”
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