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add filter to bypass yourls_html_addnew() #2345

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joshp23 commented Jan 4, 2018

This adds a simple filter allowing a plugin to bypass the yourls_html_addnew() function. This is useful if an alternate form with special request parameters needs to be used.

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I worked out how to accomplish my goal with javascript, however, I think that this is still a better way to go about things, so I'll leave this open. Cheers.

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joshp23 commented Jan 5, 2018

I worked out how to accomplish my goal with javascript, however, I think that this is still a better way to go about things, so I'll leave this open. Cheers.

@ozh ozh merged commit dd78d7f into YOURLS:master Jan 7, 2018

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