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UBLThemes says



Check this out: https://gist.github.com/bitfade/4555047
That is basically doing the same thing, so why would that pass and the one I am doing not?
There is one big difference, your code affects all shortcodes, but with the code I linked you have the control over what shortcodes get “cleaned”

The soft rejection was not about how many times it was used on shortcodes, it was for:

encouraging authors to use another methods rather than stripping out or modifying the_content() output as this may cause problems with third party plugins.

Which basically means the version you gave will not pass either.

I can understand that, by adding curtain shortcodes may help the 3rd party plugins work better but its still filtering the_content();

Or am I just mis reading the reviewers comment?

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OriginalEXE says

They don’t want you to affect 3rd party plugins but the code I linked to only affects your own shortcodes, so it should be accepted with no problems.

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UBLThemes says

They don’t want you to affect 3rd party plugins but the code I linked to only affects your own shortcodes, so it should be accepted with no problems.

Thank you, it looks like its just me mis reading the comments then…

Thanks for the link and thank you bitfade for the good function :)

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