[wp-hackers] Displaying a page on-the-fly with a plugin

Anthony Cole anthony at radiopicture.com.au
Wed Oct 27 01:56:19 UTC 2010

I would use a shortcode, and you could filter out the_content and replace it with do_shortcode('shortcode')  or a function, checking the Post ID through the post global.

Would be interested to see if anyone else has a suggestion.


On 27/10/2010, at 2:46 PM, Dino Termini wrote:

> Hi everybody,
> I'm developing a plugin that displays a page for the users with various options. Right now, I'm using
> insert_post()
> to create the page when the plugin is activated, and then add_filter('the_content') whose attached functions runs only if the ID of the current page matches the one of the page I created. Some of my users have pointed out that creating a new page 'clutters' their blog, so I was wondering if there's a different way to "load the current theme" and display my custom content in place of the_content(). Please let me know if you need more details.
> Thanks,
> Camu
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