[wp-hackers] Filter/Action for non-standard front page?
glenn at glennansley.com
Sun Jan 18 23:07:49 GMT 2009
get_option('page_on_front') or get_option('show_on_front') or some
combination of the two would probably work.
You can see how different values look by changing them and then
On Sun, Jan 18, 2009 at 5:29 PM, John Eckman <eckman.john at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all.
> I've written a plugin that enables the user to set up their WordPress blog
> as a Facebook application:
> In essence, users of the plugin give their blog's url as the callback URL
> for a Facebook app. When the Facebook servers call the callback url in an
> iFrame, the plugin uses the filters for theme_root, theme_root_url, and
> template_directory so that a different theme gets served.
> ("fb_sig_in_iframe" gets added to the query string when the callback url is
> called from Facebook's servers - this is how I know the call is from
> It's working pretty well for most people, but folks are reporting issues and
> I believe one issue is when users have set something else as the front page.
> Is it possible to use a filter or action which will know that the user has a
> custom front page set, and whenever a request comes in that is from
> facebook, know to redirect to my custom theme's index.php, rather than the
> custom from page the user has set?
> Or, could I just tell users to provide as the callback url the "Posts" page
> from Settings->Reading, where they've indicated a different front page?
> Thanks -
> John Eckman
> eckman.john at gmail.com
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