If you want to execute php.

Gilfillan: It’s an “i don’t know how to make websites” or something. but not wordpress.

Gilfillan: Reetika786 seemed to have a real problem but got swallowed in the imagemap swamp.

Malovich: I disabled it and changed the vcl recv parameter

Lauerman: Hope it help someone who use varnish

Gilfillan: This is a reason moderators are needed here.

Stacker: And again start varnish

Gilfillan: Remember, the “right thing” starts at the beginning of the day, not after you get caught.

Vasher: Anyone know if it’s possible to override / avoid auto incrementation of post slugs / post_name while using wp_insert_post of multiple custom post types? All the posts i’m creating have a parent with a unique name.but the children names / slugs need to be the same. i.e: /some-parent/child-name /some-other-parent/child-name

Uzelac: Currently “child-name” gets “child-name-1” etc

Bowthorpe: Sjobidoo: the post name has to be unique for a given post type and hierarchical parent. you would need to rethink the way you’re creating content, write rewrite rules, or otherwise. See http://----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.stackexchange.com/questions/7922/turn-off-postname-auto-incrementing#answer-7949

Berenson: Hi. Can I p*** a shortcode as attribute in another shortcode? Like this: shortcode1 a=”shortcode2 x=1”

Jacobson: I need shortcode1 to get a variable as one of it’s attribute. A query string parameter.

Gilfillan: Answer: no, it’s a mess. ;

Peretz: Bowthorpe: thanks.i’ll have a shot at answer #2 in the post as i need the given structure that is already set :

Ming: Sjobidoo: https://core.trac.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/ticket/2

Bowthorpe: Gustav1234x: don’t use another shortcode inside an attribute, just edit the main shortcode and process the query string parameter there, no?

Dulemba: It’s from a plugin I don’t want to change.

Bowthorpe: Gustav1234x: does that plugin offer a filter for you to modify the output?

Sawatzke: No, not that I’m aware.

Bowthorpe: Gustav1234x: well, you CAN use the shortcode_atts_{$shortcode} filter possibly

Bowthorpe: Which would be the cleanest approach it sounds like, based on your description

Bowthorpe: Oh, but their plugin would have to be expecting an attribute that you filter/p*** into it

Bowthorpe: So it’s either that, or a jQuery hack to change the content only when the query param exists, or something of that sort :

Bowthorpe: Output buffers, etc. :

Stidstone: I can’t change the attribute with jQuery, it’s processed server side?

Bowthorpe: Correct, so the attributes can be filtered with the filter I mentioned above

Basye: I don’t think there is a filter.

Bowthorpe: I just told you about one

Marnell: Sorry, it sounded like I had to change the plugin php source.

Bowthorpe: Oh no, it’s a filter provided by WP core for all shortcode attributes

Edelblute: Those changes just get overwritten if there’s an update to the plugin.

Arns: How to fetch category of a wordpress post

Rocco: ArtisanIndia: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Function_Reference/get_the_category_list

Rorick: Bowthorpe: Can I run PHP code inside pages without adding a plugin?

Ciucci: Bowthorpe: Or how do I use shortcode_atts_{$shortcode} ? I really just need to get $_GET’abc’

Slater: Gustav1234x: doyou know about Page Templates ?

Slater: Sorry, I haven’t been watching the conversation. just popped back in now.

Callez: I have tried get_the_category and get_the_terms both

Slater: But basically: I think there are plugins to help you execute php inside a page. but that is probably a bad idea

Slater: If you want to execute php from within a php, the best approach is probably to edit the Page Template of either a child theme or your custom theme