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.

    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.

    taruk

    (@taruk)

    Thank you! Very useful for woocommerce checkout-page.

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