Lack of a do_settings_section (singular) function
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To get my own options into tabs in a fully scoped css jquery ui theme I ended up adding my own hacky function to my plugin: myplugin_do_settings_section( $page, $sectionid ) - which is just a copy of the core function do_settings_sections( $page ) with an additional parameter for the section id and an added conditional to only output the section with the requested id.
This allows me to wrap each section in the appropriately classed tags for either jquery ui tabs or traditional WordPress nav-tabs. This however, is not an acceptable long-term solution as the core code will undoubtedly change, I already see tickets and revisions relating to the removal of those nasty tables...
This functionality should be in the core code. A settings section is a section and it should be possible to output them one at a time to allow for styling.
Thanks for considering my proposal.
(Also, the Iris color picker does not play nice with jquery-ui - it needs its own css scope or something - that will be a separate ticket once I have a better understanding of what is wrong with it and have searched for existing tickets on the subject.)
Change History (6)
17 months ago
- Keywords needs-patch added
- Milestone Awaiting Review deleted
- Resolution set to maybelater
- Status changed from new to closed
14 months ago
- Resolution maybelater deleted
- Status changed from closed to reopened
- Version set to 4.4