[wp-hackers] public facing plugin script?

Aaron Brazell abrazell at b5media.com
Tue May 22 06:31:31 GMT 2007

Perhaps creating a page template that does not have the Loop. Create  
the page in WP with no content or even Lorem Ipsum type stuff - it  
doesn't matter if you don't invoke the Loop. Use PHP/plugin functions  
as normal.

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On May 22, 2007, at 2:07 AM, Keith Thornhill wrote:

> What is the best way to accomplish running plugin code in a public- 
> facing
> way while still living within the theme and wordpress?  In other  
> words, i
> don't want to point the browser directly to /wp-content/plugins/ 
> somefile.php
> since i want the output to appear within the content part of the blog.
> My current solution is to create a WP 'page' with a hook as the  
> content.
> ("[replace_me]" for example) and then filter out that page with my  
> output
> buffered content for the file i want to show.  This feels REALLY  
> hacky and i
> was wondering if there was a more elegant "wordpress way" to do this.
> Everything else i've done has either been admin stuff or widgets.

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