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      jayjay commented  · 

      I took a look, and while I'm no expert I believe the path to calling this plugin with your own script (which I am keen to do!) is to create a form submission page much like the plugin's native form submission page. I am working on some other aspects of my project before I'm ready for automated spinups, but I see the plugin's native form submits to https://example.com/wp-admin/network/admin.php?page=ns-cloner&action=process" So you should be able to go into ns-template-main.php and hardcode that destination to a page that just dumps the _post vars, so you can see what's getting passed. Then you can create your own form that passes those same variables. In my case it will be a "Welcome!" form where the customer chooses a subdomain name and maybe some other data - timezone, etc.

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        jayjay commented  · 

        Alternatively you could provide for the dismissal of the warning.

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