Register for the ["view", "output/longtext"] hook. The $value passed to you will be HTML and you'll return it after adding the link.
Turning the tag into a link is the really hard part. You'll need at least a crude... view reply
I've got a PR to improve the docs a bit, but ege() definitely could use docs of these failing/unexpected corner cases.
I think we need a branch with (failing) tests that define these goals before digging into the fix. view reply
Upgrade one minor version at a time. 1.8 to 1.9 is particularly risky: Make sure your 3rd party plugins are 1.9-compatible before you trigger the upgrade. First perform the upgrade on a test site, and manually test the... view reply
I think with hindsight we could've reduced confusion by making the default subtype literally "default", (mapped to a non-zero subtype). Setting ->subtype to something falsy/non-string before... view reply
Even more confusing, if you put "" as a subtype option, it's interpreted as ANY, whether you're using it in the "subtype" option or in "type_subtype_pairs".
Confusing because "" is exactly what... view reply
If you run an Elgg where the "Lost password" feature fails (e.g. localhost with no mail-sending abililty, or you lost access to the e-mail account), you may need to change your password to get back in.
Here's a script to do that.
First you'll need...
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Type hints are like laws set by PHP functions to demand what type of arguments must be passed in. Before Elgg 1.8.6, violations of these laws went completely undetected, so even careful plugin authors missed them and left incorrect...