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Debug Bar Shortcodes adds a new panel to the Debug Bar that displays the registered shortcodes for the current request.
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Debug Bar Shortcodes adds a new panel to the Debug Bar that displays the registered shortcodes for the current request.
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Debug Bar Shortcodes
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Debug Bar Shortcodes
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<p>If you are a <strong><em>developer</em></strong>:</p> <ul> <li>to avoid name conflicts with shortcodes registered by other plugins/themes.
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<p>If you are a <strong><em>developer</em></strong>:</p> <ul> <li>to avoid name conflicts with shortcodes registered by other plugins/themes.
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<p>If you are a <strong><em>web designer / web master</em></strong>:</p> <ul> <li>if you switch plugins or remove a plugin, to know in which posts/pages you need to remove/replace old shortcodes.
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<p>If you are a <strong><em>web designer / web master</em></strong>:</p> <ul> <li>if you switch plugins or remove a plugin, to know in which posts/pages you need to remove/replace old shortcodes.
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<p>If you are a <strong><em>blog author</em></strong>:</p> <ul> <li>to know which shortcodes you can use in your posts/pages.
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<p>If you are a <strong><em>blog author</em></strong>:</p> <ul> <li>to know which shortcodes you can use in your posts/pages.
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Any additional information available about the shortcode, such as a description, which parameters it takes, whether or not it is self-closing. <em>Want to control the additional information displayed about your own shortcodes ? You can! See the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/debug-bar-shortcodes/faq/">FAQ</a> for more info.</em>
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Any additional information available about the shortcode, such as a description, which parameters it takes, whether or not it is self-closing. <em>Want to control the additional information displayed about your own shortcodes ? You can! See the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/debug-bar-shortcodes/faq/">FAQ</a> for more info.</em>
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Have you read what it says in the beautifully red bar at the top of your plugins page ? As it says there, the Debug Bar plugin needs to be active for this plugin to work. If the Debug Bar plugin is not active, this plugin will automatically de-activate itself.
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Have you read what it says in the beautifully red bar at the top of your plugins page ? As it says there, the Debug Bar plugin needs to be active for this plugin to work. If the Debug Bar plugin is not active, this plugin will automatically de-activate itself.
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If you <em>did</em> already have a filter in place, sorry I didn't find your plugin/theme! Not to worry though, I've tried to make it really easy to upgrade your code. First off, you'll need to change the <code>add_filter()</code> hook in code and your function signature to now received two variables. The first variable will be the new object, but the second variable will still be an array in the format which was passed in 1.0 so you can continue to use that in your function to enrich the information. Secondly, as all this plugin uses are the properties of the object, you can just cast your array to an object in the return and it'll work again.
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If you <em>did</em> already have a filter in place, sorry I didn't find your plugin/theme! Not to worry though, I've tried to make it really easy to upgrade your code. First off, you'll need to change the <code>add_filter()</code> hook in code and your function signature to now received two variables. The first variable will be the new object, but the second variable will still be an array in the format which was passed in 1.0 so you can continue to use that in your function to enrich the information. Secondly, as all this plugin uses are the properties of the object, you can just cast your array to an object in the return and it'll work again.
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I'm aware that this is a backward compatibility break, but I've done some quite extensive searches and considering I did not find any plugin using the filter (yet), I decided this backward compatibility break would have little to no effect and therefore would be safe to implement.
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I'm aware that this is a backward compatibility break, but I've done some quite extensive searches and considering I did not find any plugin using the filter (yet), I decided this backward compatibility break would have little to no effect and therefore would be safe to implement.
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In version 1.0 of the plugin <code>$info</code> variable passed to the filter was an array. This has changed in version 2.0.
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In version 1.0 of the plugin <code>$info</code> variable passed to the filter was an array. This has changed in version 2.0.
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Similarly, if you provide information for the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/shortcode-ui/">Shortcake/Shortcode UI</a> feature plugin, that information will be used automatically to enrich the available information.
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Similarly, if you provide information for the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/shortcode-ui/">Shortcake/Shortcode UI</a> feature plugin, that information will be used automatically to enrich the available information.
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If you happen to already provide similar information using the <code>sim_{shortcode}</code> filter for the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/lrh-shortcode-list/">LHR-Shortcode list</a> plugin, no need to do anything extra, that information will be picked up by this plugin.
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If you happen to already provide similar information using the <code>sim_{shortcode}</code> filter for the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/lrh-shortcode-list/">LHR-Shortcode list</a> plugin, no need to do anything extra, that information will be picked up by this plugin.
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is expected to contain (a selection of) the following parameters:
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is expected to contain (a selection of) the following parameters:
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