MPFT_CodeEditor :: value( Arguments $args = array() )

Returns:

Overloads MPFT::value to return the HTML equivalent of the value when using the Markdown or GitHub-flavored Markdown modes. Also, when using Markdown, this method will also convert shortcodes written with curly braces to standard shortcodes via the “smart_shortcodes” argument, since Markdown reserves square braces for links. 

Example:

Parameters:

  • Arguments $args = array()

    An arguments String or array supporting the following arguments.

    • smart_shortcodes – 1 or 0, when using markdown convert shortcodes written with curly braces to standard shortcodes. default 1
    • markdown_filtered – 1 or 0, apply content filters when using markdown. default 1
    • filtered – apply filters to content. default 0

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MasterPress requires a minimum of WordPress version 4.9, MySQL 5.6, and PHP version 5.6.20.

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