This filter is used to change the updated settings for Conductor Widgets before they are stored in the database.
Note: The Conductor Widget will sanitize all default Conductor Widget settings prior to the execution of this filter.
This filter is executed when the
Conductor_Widget::update() function is called (when a Conductor Widget instance is updated/saved).
$new_instance (array): Updated Conductor Widget instance containing data to be saved to the database
$old_instance (array): Old Conductor Widget instance
$widget (Conductor_Widget): Conductor Widget
The following example demonstrates how to add a custom setting to Conductor Widget instances based on a CSS class.
Note: This example is nearly identical to the
conductor_widget_instance example. The difference between the two is that
conductor_widget_instance is only executed on the front-end at run-time and
conductor_widget_update is executed in the admin upon updating/saving of a Conductor Widget (stores data in the database).
The following example demonstrates how to create a custom callback function for a single output element (a custom field).