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BroOf says

So I am building a theme options framework for my ThemeForest themes but I got a little bit stuck… If I add all the code into the “functions.php” file it will be fired each and every time… Is there a nice way to check if the current site is a admin menu page? Or even better if the page is my framework.

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ParkerAndKent says

So I am building a theme options framework for my ThemeForest themes but I got a little bit stuck… If I add all the code into the “functions.php” file it will be fired each and every time… Is there a nice way to check if the current site is a admin menu page? Or even better if the page is my framework.

Every time you refresh a page, admin or not, the whole framework runs once, everytime (obviously).

If you don’t want to execute your admin script just check with is_admin();

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BroOf says

Hey ParkerAndKent,

thank you it makes sense.

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