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WordPress BugNet – Part Two

WordPress BugNet – Part Two
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This is the second post in the WordPress Bugnet series, in which I will list another five WordPress bugs that have not been fixed in recent versions of WordPress, along with their statuses and workarounds if available. Make sure you check out the first post, too!

By reading this series, you might be able to figure out if something's wrong with your blogs, and hopefully, fix it without the need of a bugifx... more

remove_filter() and remove_action()’s bug, bad for developers

remove_filter() and remove_action()’s bug, bad for developers
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Developers who have used remove_filter() or remove_action() probably won't notice there's a bug that mysteriously makes those two functions break other filters or actions defined after they are used. The reason is unclear at the moment and bug reports have been fired but no milestone set for future releases, so I will just post the bug here and provide a (probably) neat workaround that allows you to bypass this bug.

To reproduce the... more

WordPress BugNet – Part One

WordPress BugNet – Part One
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Welcome to another series on BetterWP.net where you can find some cool bugs that are either dreadful or hilarious or both at the same time. Each article will consist of five to ten bugs with their descriptions, statuses and possibly their temporary solutions if no patch is available.

This series is intended to help make WordPress bugs become friendlier to users and encourage people to learn more about bugs so they might be... more

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