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Why won't this code pass? I don't mind spoilers


function my_plugin_options_page() {

    if (!current_user_can('manage_options')) {
        wp_die('You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page.');

  if ( isset ( $_POST['my_plugin_hiddent_field'] ) ) {  
        $hidden_field = _POST['my_plugin_hiddent_field']



1 Answer

Michael Austin
Michael Austin
Courses Plus Student 7,814 Points


Shouldn’t it be:

EDIT: Remove the direct answer written

You’re missing a $.

yes that line was definitely miss-written... I think it was also unnecessary given what the question asked for. Thank you for the help.