Tag Archives: WordPress

Using Custom Fields for meta tag content

A fellow member of the SitePoint Forums asked how he could put meta description and meta keywords tags into his page's head. How can I use Custom Fields for meta description/keyword content? I had never used Custom Fields before, but short of using a plugin to insert the meta tags, it seemed that using them […]

WordPress Functions 3.0

A plugin searched 269 PHP files, of which 167 contained classes and functions, and found 168 classes and 3,856 functions. WordPress version 3.0 has significant differences from earlier versions, perhaps most importantly, multisite support. The PHP Classes and Functions of WordPress 3.0 * Note * The list does not include any found in plugin or […]

Error Reporting Plugin Release Candidate

The first version of the Error Reporting plugin became available in March of 2007. Since then there have been a few changes, most notably, the Ping Error with dashboard widget feature, and an Auto Delete of old error log files feature that has been added in response to Alex Kah's suggestion. And thanks to Frank's […]

WordPress Functions 2.9

A plugin searched 252 PHP files, of which 161 contained classes and functions, and found 174 classes and 3,677 functions. WordPress version 2.9 no longer has these 7 files: wp-admin/edit-form-advanced.php wp-admin/edit-link-form.php wp-admin/edit-page-form.php wp-admin/import/btt.php wp-admin/import/jkw.php wp-includes/gettext.php wp-includes/streams.php and now has these files: wp-admin/includes/image-edit.php wp-admin/includes/meta-boxes.php wp-includes/class-json.php wp-includes/class-oembed.php wp-includes/default-embeds.php wp-includes/meta.php wp-includes/post-thumbnail-template.php Many previously existing files have a new […]


The wp-includes/post.php file contains 4 error suppressors. The wp_save_post_revision function contains the line if ( @constant( 'DOING_AUTOSAVE' ) ) When it is defined, it is when the wp-admin/admin-ajax.php file's _wp_ajax_delete_comment_response function defines it as boolean true. This is the only other place where the DOING_AUTOSAVE constant can be found within the WordPress core files. Because […]