Support » Plugin: PHPEnkoder » conflict with search & filter pro, disable on page

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  • Plugin Author michael_greenberg

    (@michael_greenberg)

    You could edit enkoder.php to add a hook that (a) detects the page of interest and then (b) calls enkoder_unregister_filters.

    You’re not the first person to want to turn off PHPEnkoder for just one or two pages—when I have time, I can implement a shortcode that will let you disable PHPEnkoder without having to edit PHP. Doubtful this will happen before September, though.

    sky19er

    (@sky19er)

    Thanks for getting back to me. September would actually be fine for me. But, if you feel like sending me a snippet I could use to edit the php file — just in case you don’t get to the shortcode for a few months — that’d be cool, too. I don’t really know php, though — I just tinker with it, here and there. Thanks again!

    Plugin Author michael_greenberg

    (@michael_greenberg)

    When I realized how easy it would be implement, I just went ahead and did it. Version 1.14 just pushed to the WordPress Plugin Directory.

    All you need to do is put [noenkode] at the top of a page and it the plugin will disable itself for that page.

    Thank you! Very useful for woocommerce checkout-page.

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