Support » Plugin: PHPEnkoder » Excluding it from WooCommerce pages?

  • Resolved dmahler


    I love you plugin and use it all the time on my clients sites.

    Ran into an issue recently with one client and WooCommerce.

    When the PHPEnkoder plugin is enabled, it creates a Javascript error on the WooCommerce checkout page where it inserts the email address (email address input) for the full billing information form.

    Is there a way to disable the plugin just on that page specifically?

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  • Plugin Author michael_greenberg


    To disable PHPEnkoder for the entirety of a page, you should call enkoder_unregister_filters().

    Thanks Michael. Where do I put that? Do I add it to the individual page itself as in:


    Cancel that request. Got it to work!
    Thank you!



    Every time a developer kindly provides a piece of code there’s the question of “where do you put it?” Where do you put it? where do you put the code?
    I’m clearly totally failing to grasp a basic fundamental concept of WordPress. Can you help me out here? :-S
    Many thanks,

    Plugin Author michael_greenberg


    Where you put the code depends on where the code is/what it does. There is no easy answer.

    WordPress pages are driven by requests to URLs that land on its PHP files. To disable PHPEnkoder from running on a page, you need to take that page’s URL and figure out which PHP file it’s actually using. Then you need to enkoder_unregister_filters in some of that file's code, early on.

    Without more details, I can't tell which file you need to edit.

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