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Improvement: really only on a single post page

  • I have discovered that the category list page has the $postID the last (first, depends on :D) post on the page. It leads a false warning when the first – or last – post of the page is marked to warn.

    I have modified the main.php:

    if((is_admin() || is_feed() || is_login_page() || current_user_can('manage_options')) && is_single($postID))

    So the warning is only displayed on single post pages. Please consider to apply this change.

    Ps.: maybe the ‘&& is_single()’ without $postID would suffice but I don’t know neither php nor the WordPress.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/content-warning-v2/

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  • Arg… my bad, actually it is:

    if(is_admin() || is_feed() || is_login_page() || current_user_can('manage_options') || !is_single($postID))

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