Passing Multi-Dimensional Arrays from WordPress to JavaScript

On its own wp_localize_script() can’t handle multi-dimensional arrays, but you can get around that by encoding the child arrays in JSON. That doesn’t handle HTML content very well, though, so another way to do it is to use the┬ál10n_print_after parameter. That’s kind of ugly, but it seems like the best way available right now. It […]

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admin-ajax.php Response Fails When Called from Domain Alias

I’m writing a WordPress plugin that uses AJAX and I had everything setup and working fine for awhile. I came back to the code a few hours later and all of the sudden I was getting a failed response, even though the code hadn’t changed. I got the correct JSON response when I loaded the […]

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Cross-Domain AJAX Requests

Browsers prevent standard AJAX calls across domains for security reasons, but you can make JSONP calls instead. If you’re using jQuery you just need to add ‘callback=?’ to the url: Then setup the request handler to prepend the callback parameter to the response and wrap it in quotes: If you’re using Firebug to monitor the […]

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