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It’s interestingly enough related to the square brackets in the shortcode that I’m trying to store.
The following works fine:
'shortcode' => $user_monthly_fee['shortcode'] ?: sprintf('pricing_user_monthly_fee id="%s"', uniqid()), );
While the following doesn’t store the shortcode:
'shortcode' => $user_monthly_fee['shortcode'] ?: sprintf('[pricing_user_monthly_fee id="%s"]', uniqid()), );
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