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add_filter: How to pass parameters to functions ?

  • j8h9
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    @j8h9

    So I create a simple plugin to display data via add_filter. I can invoke my php function with add_filter. How can I pass a parameter to my function? One post/page I want to display stats for Red Sox, in another stats for White Sox. I want to call the same function and simply pass a parameter to indicate which stats to display? How? I see in syntax says number of args but how do I pass? Help! Thanks

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  • j8h9
    Member

    @j8h9

    Well I am getting the results I want but it doesn’t appear I’m doing it the way I should be.

    I installed php_exceution plugin and then put this into each post and it works.

    938<?php add_filter(“the_content”,”myfunction”);?>

    Basically, my function finds 938, does a database lookup and returns the correct data (based on the id = 938). Am I suppose to be executing add_filter in each post? Is there an easier way to do this?

    Hi…
    you can use this..

    add_filter(‘the_content’,your_function($arg1,$arg2),2);

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