AJAX (Asynchronous Javascript and XML) isn’t something that should be feared by anyone. It’s insanely powerful, versatile, and can provide your users cool experiences like processing forms without page redirection, dynamically loading posts while a user scrolls the page, and much more. Most of all, WordPress has a few nifty gems up its sleeve. In this post, I’ll show you how I handle AJAX in WordPress: Getting Started To begin, we need a plugin. Something simple would work; we should name it in respect to its purpose, so something like WDS_Shortcode_AJAX_Handler. We’re going to need two methods in the class–one to hook into WordPress and one to handle the AJAX.
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