Use !is_user_logged_in instead of !$user->ID
|Reported by:||Eteq||Owned by:|
|Severity:||major||Keywords:||has-patch needs-testing reporter-feedback|
The subject line pretty much says all. I'm kind of integrating a user system of my own to allow comments into wordpress posts as if logged in amongst other few minor changes like session sharing. I've managed to do so as a plugin, until I got stuck with this.
The fact that many places in the wordpress code checks for the user id, instead of using the is_user_looged_in renders the purpose of that function useless for plugins.
Change History (5)
- Keywords needs-patch added; user login plugin removed
- Milestone changed from Awaiting Review to Future Release