[wp-hackers] wp_enqueue_script() and URLs with 2+ parameters

Dan Gayle dangayle at gmail.com
Fri Feb 27 20:19:36 GMT 2009

Often there is a large hunk of template specific javascript that I add  
within conditional tags and not into wp_enqueue_script() because I  
only want it to load on one specific page. For instance, we have a  
large application form with complex javascript validation that we  
don't want to load elsewhere.

This would certainly be handy.

On Feb 27, 2009, at 12:05 PM, Mike Schinkel wrote:
> However, I do think it would be incredibly helpful if it could be  
> rethought, possibly with a plugin, that would allow the calls to  
> wp_enqueue_script() and similar to be stored in the same file as  
> page template that uses it, or at least a similarly named file.  My  
> current project needs this on tens of pages; for example I have a  
> script that is specific to the video gallery page and is doen't need  
> to be and probably shouldn't be included elsewhere.
> What would be nice is, for example, if we could create a function in  
> a page template called (something like) "init_template()" and have  
> that function called during init() for a page template.

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