Fun with template tags: comment_form

This time I’ll focus on the comment_form(). Neat, fun and with plenty of hooks and filters. The code Like usual we will look at the core code of the comment_form. There are approximately 230 lines of code that make up this template tag. Does sound like a lot, right? Yes, but when you look a…

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Fun with template tags: comments_template

On my last post I talked about dynamic_sidebar and some uses. It was a fun little experiment I wanted to do and share. Yes, I said experiment. That is how I learn. I read, do and then share. I know I’m not the only one that does that. This time I dabbled with comments_template(). Yes,…

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Fun with template tags: dynamic_sidebar

The last couple of weeks I’ve been reading the core code more and more. I like it. Came to the conclusion I really don’t know every hook or filter. I don’t claim to though. I like knowing enough to make a functional theme or even a plugin. Yes, I’ve been recently dabbling with one but…

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Be friendly and filter your foot

A brief glimpse of my WordPress.com hosted blog’s footer. I’ve had that thing for nearly six years. Yep, six years. A little hard to believe that I only have about eighty posts but it’s true. Part of that reason being me branching off and trying on a self hosted site. I wish I could tell…

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Creating a sticky post slider

Brief background Creating a slider is simple. For some. In WordPress there are a lot of ways to creating a post slider, image slider, category slider and just about any type of slider you could possibly imagine. The one I wanted to share is creating one with sticky posts. You know the ones that you…

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