Ok. I have developed a custom backend using wordpress. I am saving all custom options in one database cell using key value pairs.
I want to set one of the custom options to nothing if a delete button is pressed.
My problem is this: The form that handles my custom options page uses the post method and send it to the options.php file.
I want to intercept the $_POST content in the functions.php file before it passes to the options.php to check if the delete button has been pressed so I can set that value to nothing.
I am stuck and could really use some help.
If you can think of an easier way to implement this. Im all ears.
I would be willing to pay someone to help me out with this.
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