I am working on a custom plugin. I’ve created a top level admin menu item and that page all works. It shows all members from my database, is paginated and has a search feature.
When you click on any member’s name, you then go to a sub-page, which is the edit the record. The id of the record is passed through the URL and I retrieve it by setting a variable to $_GET[“id”]. Easy enough. I have verified that the variable is accessible from the new page by echoing it on the new page.
For some reason, however, once I run my variables through a function, I can’t retrieve them outside the function. They are declared as global within the function.
Even more odd, if I make the edit member screen a js pop-up called from the main plugin screen (where I’m simply pulling up member.php?id=0), the whole thing works! But once it gets called as its own page within the admin interface (with the id passed through the variable), it no longer works. 🙁
This is probably so simple and so stupid, but I am so stuck!! Please help… I have never made a plugin before and I’m thinking (hoping?) it’s something straightforward that I just don’t know about.
I hope this made enough sense to get some sort of help. Don’t to bore you with code. 🙂
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