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With this “atomic” call, we can then listen for a single save_postaction and be assured that all of the required postmeta will be available.

Not that I am explicitly using wp_slash() in the examples here as a reminder that these functions expect slashed data, aggravatingly (for backwards compatibility since PHP a long time ago used to espouse the use of “magic quotes”).

 

With this “atomic” call, we can then listen for a single save_postaction and be assured that all of the required postmeta will be available.

Not that I am explicitly using wp_slash() in the examples here as a reminder that these functions expect slashed data, aggravatingly (for backwards compatibility since PHP a long time ago used to espouse the use of “magic quotes”).