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artless says

great idea :) +1

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artless says

You’re welcome.

Little Update: The original version 2.4.0 has a bug, which appears when you click on the “Install” link for a single plugin and your plugin source url has parameters, for example: http://s3.amazon.com/?parameter1=3232&parameter2=23232

I’ve fixed the bug and updated the pastebin: http://pastebin.com/b9t1YQLC

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artless says

Hi,

i’ve merged the new tgmpa version ( 2.4.0 ) and hogash update function together. Also added “Update” function as “Bulk Action” to update more than one item at once and for easier usability.

http://pastebin.com/b9t1YQLC

It works for me, but test it before you implement it to your projects.

Have a nice day! Christian

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artless says

Hmm… your example works for me:

$string1 = '[test_shortcode param1="param_test"] Something inside this area [/test_shortcode]'; $string2 = '[test_shortcode_parent] [test_shortcode_child] Something here [/test_shortcode_child] [/test_shortcode_parent]'; $output1 = strip_tags( preg_replace( "~(?:\[/?)[^/\]]+/?\]~s", '', $string1 ) ); $output2 = strip_tags( preg_replace( "~(?:\[/?)[^/\]]+/?\]~s", '', $string2 ) ); echo $output1; // Something inside this area echo $output2; // Something here
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