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Quick download WordPress versions from wp.org

Quick Links Below are the quick download links of the latest WordPress release. Or Download OLD plugin release for reference. NOTE: Always use latest WordPress plugin release. Use OLD versions only for development purpose. 5.2 Branch Download the WordPress 5.2 version 5.2.1 May 21, 2019 zip(md5 | sha1) tar.gz(md5 | sha1) IIS zip(md5 | sha1) 5.2 May 7, 2019 zip(md5 | sha1) tar.gz(md5 | sha1)

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List of all default Rest API endpoints in WordPress website

In WordPress there are lot of default rest API endpoints which may help you while development. How to access rest API endpoints? You can access rest API endpoints though URLs. E.g. http://wpdigits.com/wp-json/wp/v2/posts Above URL show the list of all posts in the form of JSON. In this example endpoint, Domain name is http://wpdigits.com/ and the

Create the post on wordpress.com site using oAuth and Rest API

Working on Rest API and OAuth is very interesting. WordPress merged Rest API support into the core in WordPress 4.7 “Vaughan” check out the Rest API Merge Proposal. In this post, I’m creating the post on my site https://maheshwaghmare.com/ though rest API and OAuth. Let’s Try it Step by Step Step 1: Create new app wordpress.com app from https://developer.wordpress.com/apps/new/ OR

Git vs SVN commands

We use Git and SVN for managing projects. I personally work on Github, GitLab and BitBucket. I’m more familiar with Git commands. WordPress itself use the SVN for hosting plugins and themes. I have created a WordPress Theme and Plugins. But, I personally not use SVN though command line. I personally use Tortoise SVN for

Get all posts by post meta key and meta value

Most of the times we need to get all all custom fields of all the posts. We can get it with the help of the WP_Query class. Lets check it with simple example.

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Show all scheduled events OR corn jobs in WordPress

Description By using the funciton wp_get_schedules () to get all the scheduled events OR corn jobs. Note: Use below code snippet for ONLY debugging/development purpose. Code Snippet Output

Multisite Support for Site Metadata in WordPress 5.1

Quick Highlights: WordPress multisite introduces a new database table wp_blogmeta to store metadata associated with sites. This allows for the storage of arbitrary site data relevant in a multisite/network context. It provides an alternative to using options and can be retrieved from multiple sites in a more performant way—without calling  switch_to_blog(). Sites can now also be

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Fix: EventSource’s response has a charset (“iso-8859-1”) that is not UTF-8. Aborting the connection.

The issue is with the mismatch charset. You have default charset charset : iso-8859-1 and you are trying to use content which have charset=UTF-8. To fix the error you need to set the charset=UTF-8 in which you have set the header. In my case, I have fix the error by setting the charset=UTF-8 in header.