Are you trying to modify the functionality of a 3rd party plugin without actually editing the code of their plugin (which would result in losing your customization upon the next update)? Having trouble with it because that plugin is object oriented or class-based?
I have run into this situation multiple times, and finally found a really good fix for it.
In this post, I’ll show you how to remove an action or filter hook from another plugin even though that plugin is class-based. Continue reading How to Remove a Hook from a Class-based WordPress Plugin
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