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It is typical for any WordPress blog owner to have a few (if not many) shortcodes defined in his or her installed theme or plugins. While some shortcodes will work perfectly, some, especially enclosing ones, will not. Most of the time the problems lie at WordPress's built-in formatting functions, famous one of which is wpautop().
There are actually countless support questions and articles about wpautop() and other formatting functions mangling the contents of... more
Developers who have used remove_filter() or remove_action() probably won't notice there's a bug that mysteriously makes those two functions break other filters or actions defined after they are used. The reason is unclear at the moment and bug reports have been fired but no milestone set for future releases, so I will just post the bug here and provide a (probably) neat workaround that allows you to bypass this bug.
To reproduce the... more
Using plugins for your WordPress website or blog is undoubtedly a must, but if you abuse them you might eventually find yourself in tight situations. Many plugins out there are poorly written and eat up a lot of memory, or even if they aren't they simply don't need to be included every single time.
For example, plugins that are designed specifically for the back-end such as TinyMCE Advanced, Ozh' Admin Drop Down Menu... more
As a developer and also an end-user, I have been bothered by the same question again and again: How should I organize files within my theme's root and which themes can be considered as well-structured?
If you have read another article named WordPress Themes' Problems and How to Find Good Ones on BetterWP.net, you would know that WordPress Themes have many potential problems and one of which is about theme files' organization. Each... more
A global variable, as it name suggests, is simply a type of variable that is available for use within any fraction of your codes. PHP's global variables and all their glory can be used within WordPress to help you eliminate code duplication, and in some situations save you some database queries.
Even though many developers think that using global variable is simply a bad practice, if you use it the right way there... more