Refactoring Input Sanitization with The WordPress Settings API

This post is part of a series on Sanitization with the WordPress Settings API. Here is Part 3.In continuing to work on sanitizing arrays of input with the WordPress Settings API, there are two things that we need to do:...

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Author: Tom McFarlin

Tom McFarlin is a a self-employed developer who works with WordPress and JavaScript to build software for others.

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