Default value for background_image_thumb fails when background_image URL includes a percent sign
|Reported by:||cfinke||Owned by:||nacin|
If the background_image theme mod is set to a URL that includes a percent sign, and if background_image_thumb is not set, the code that uses background_image as the default setting for background_image_thumb fails due to get_theme_mod interpreting the percent signs in the background_image URL as sprintf conversion specifications.
I don't think that this situation can occur in a vanilla WordPress install (but that might be host-specific), but it's entirely possible that a plugin would set background_image to a URL including a percent sign.
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comment:1 SergeyBiryukov — 17 months ago
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