Support » Plugin: WP Native Dashboard » [Plugin: WP Native Dashboard] default options

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  • Plugin Author codestyling


    I can’t understand the issue, please describe it more in detail.

    I think I understand:

    You want to set/change the default settings after this comment //options defaults in the wp-native-dashboard.php for new created sites. These settings would be accessible via the network administration

    +1 on that. Could be implemented with my feature request:

    Plugin Author codestyling


    No extension required, use build in filters within your own multisite must use plugin for this purpose:

    apply_filters( 'default_option_' . $option, $default );

    in this case it will look like:

    function my_defaults($default) {
       //patch here the StdClass members
       return $default;
    add_filter( 'default_option_wp-native-dashboard', 'my_defaults' );

    will only be called, if the option was not at the database.

    I have a network-wide activated custom plugin for my “hacks” but can not get your tip to work:

    function wp_nd_defaults($default) {
        $default = array(   "version"                        => '1.0',
                            "installed"                      => false,
                            "enable_login_selector"          => true,
                            "enable_login_custom"            => true,
                            "enable_profile_extension"       => true,
                            "enable_language_switcher"       => false,
                            "enable_adminbar_switcher"       => false,
                            "enable_locale_abbreviations"    => false,
                            "translate_front_adminbar"       => true,
                            "cleanup_on_deactivate"          => false
       return $default;
    add_filter( 'default_option_wp-native-dashboard', 'wp_nd_defaults' );


    When added the activation of WP Native Dashboard goes horribly wrong.

    I think you need to return $default as an object, not an array.

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