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redirect – Can WordPress pass through a call to an external API and return the result directly to the client?

I have a wordpress site that will be replacing an old legacy site, however the old legacy site includes a SOAP API that I won’t be able to re-implement in wordpress.

Is it possible for the wordpress site to accept calls to these API route, call the API itself, and then return the result to the caller as if the original API had responded? (i.e. without getting a wordpress page or some other wordpress artefact in the response?)

For example:

A call to:

www.mydomain.com/api/getcount/

would want to trigger a call to:

www.mylegacyendpoint.net/api/getcount

and return the result so that when the DNS changes and the new wordpress site goes live on the domain (replacing the old legacy site on that domain) the API calls are unaffected.

I’m not very familiar with wordpress as a platform and so I’m not sure if this is something that can be handled within wordpress or something that would need to be handed in the hosting environment

Does a reply to a wordPress comment notify the commenter when comment approved?

function comment($comment_reply_id) 
{
    $comment = get_comment($comment_reply_id);
    $status = wp_get_comment_status($comment_reply_id );
    echo $status; die;
    if($comment->comment_parent != 0) 
    {
        $old_comment = get_comment($comment->comment_parent);
        if($old_comment->user_id == 0 && $status=='approved')
        {
            $email = $old_comment->comment_author_email;
            $name = $comment->comment_author;
            $content = $comment->comment_content;
            $post = get_post($comment->comment_post_ID);
            $title = $post->post_title;
            $link = get_permalink($comment->comment_post_ID);
            $blogname = wp_specialchars_decode(get_option('blogname'), ENT_QUOTES);
            $subject = sprintf('Comment reply: "%2$s" at %1$s', $blogname, $title );
            $notify_message  = sprintf('Someone replied to a comment you left on: %s', $title ) . "rn";
            $notify_message .= sprintf( 'Reply by: %1$s ', $name ) . "rn";
            $notify_message .= 'Comment: ' . "rn" . $content . "rnrn";
            $notify_message .= 'You can reply to the comment here: ' . "rn";
            $notify_message .= $link . "#commentsrnrn";
            $message_headers = "Content-Type: text/plain; charset="" . get_option('blog_charset') . ""n";
            wp_mail( $email, $subject, $notify_message, $message_headers );
        }
    } 
}

Need Advice Related to WordPress Website

I have created a WordPress website namely: iccoindia.org. Recently an error started to occur, when I log in to the Wp-admin and start using the website it is working fine. But in normal case, the website is not working properly, all the pages jas become static, even if I change the page, the URL changes but the page layout remains the same.

I have disabled the plugin individually and reenabled it, still, the problem is there, I have changed the .htacess file, still, the problem is there.

I don’t know how to resolve the problem.
SEMrush

 

Does WordPress run a post query when a page is invoked?

Let’s say I create a what in the WordPress backend is called a page (pages – new page). I put some arbitrary page elements on it (e.g. title, text, some images, a widget or two displaying posts from various categories). I don’t assign a particular template to it, so the (whatever) theme’s default template is used. I publish that page, and now somebody clicks on it.

What is the data and control flow of WordPress now?

Does it execute a post query before/when loading the page, eventually using some filters (which)?

Delete #comment-XXX link – WordPress Development Stack Exchange

I would like to know if there is a way to add some code in my functions.php that could delete the #comment-583 link.

For example, everytime I click on the date and time of a comment, there is a like like that mysite/url/#comment-829.

I’ve tried removing the date and time, but the link is still there in the source code of the page, it’s just hidden, and I want to totally remove it.

I’ve also changed all the references to “href” in comments.php but it did nothing so I put it back like it was.

I’m not a coder so I’m having a really hard time trying to do that.

Could you help me please?

Thanks in advance!

html – Why is WordPress swapping double quotes (“) to curly quotes (“) and how do I stop it from happening?

I have imported HTML into a WordPress page, it contains some HTML as follows:

<a class="fancybox" href="bigger-image-path.jpg" title="<em>This is the image caption,</em> by someone">
 <picture>
  <source media="(min-width: 768px)" srcset="/image-path.jpg 1x, /image-path.jpg 2x"/>
  <img class="image-no-border" style="width:100%; height:auto" src="/image-path.jpg" alt="alt">
 </picture>
</a>

When I look at this HTML once it is imported via phpmyadmin, the HTML all looks correct as it is above.

But when I look at the page source, the HTML has been changed somehow to the following:

<a class="fancybox" href="bigger-image-path.jpg" title="<em>This is the image caption,</em> by someone”>
 <picture>
  <source media=" (min-width:="" 768px)"="" srcset="/image-path.jpg 1x, /image-path.jpg 2x" data-category="Open-popup" data-message="popupContent_bigger-image-path.jpg" data-type="popupType_hiddenDiv" data-fancybox-ready="true">
  <img class="image-no-border" style="width:100%; height:auto" src="/image-path.jpg" alt="alt"> 

Please note the curly quotes after the ‘by someone’ in the title=”” attribute in the opening tag.

After testing this only happens when the title=”” in that opening contains html tags, like the tags it is currently containing.

This example isn’t a one off, we have many examples of using html in the title=”” tags of fancybox tags, so I would like to understand why/how/where wordpress is making this change and a possible solution to stop it happening.

wordpress – Wrong domain set as canonical by Google (301 redirect)

My situation:

  • I have domain A that I use for my website, and want to use it as my main domain. WordPress website is running on it and I have some pages indexed and visitors coming.
  • I also have domain B which is shorter version of domain name. I plan to use it only as a link on printed materials and social networks. I’ve set up 301 redirect on Cloudflare domain B to send all traffic to domain A
  • In Google Console I’ve set site move and “One or more of your other sites is moving to this site”

Problem:
Google is not indexing my domain A home page and says: ”
Duplicate, submitted URL not selected as canonical”

Google also sets
User-declared canonical: None
Google-selected canonical: domain B

How to set my domain A homepage as canonical and force Google to take it? Is there a way in WordPress to set canonical for homepage?

Display custom post type taxonomy in a WordPress excerpt for current post

Hi there and thanks in advance for any help. I am trying to display custom taxonomies(Themes and Guests)on the current post (of custom post type, Podcasts). I have tried the code below, but I am getting an empty result ie. nothing is showing. I added $post->ID after I realised that the code was working fine, but was displaying ALL categories, not just the ones for the current post.

    add_filter( 'the_excerpt', function( $excerpt ) {

        $themes = get_terms($post->ID,'themes',
            array(
                'hide_empty' => false,
                'orderby'    => 'name',
                'order'      => 'ASC'
            )
        );?> 
         <p><?php
        foreach( $themes as $theme ):
            ?>    
           <span class="theme"><?php echo $theme->name; ?></span>
        <?php endforeach;?></p><?php
         $guests = get_terms($post->ID,'guests',
            array(
                'hide_empty' => false,
                'orderby'    => 'name',
                'order'      => 'ASC'
            )
        );?> 
         <div class="guest-wrap"><span class="guest-label">Episode Guests: </span>
        <?php
        
        foreach($guests as $guest ):
            ?>  
           <span class="guests"><?php echo $guest->name; ?></span>
        <?php endforeach;?></div><?php
    $player = get_post_meta( get_the_ID(), 'embed_episode_code', true );
    return $player . $excerpt;
} );