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August 28, 2012

How to Include and Require Files and Templates in WordPress

When it comes to PHP, a lot of developers love the language, a lot of the developers hate the language, and a lot of developers generally just use it to get their work done. For what it’s worth, I’m of the latter camp. I think PHP is fine. Like anything, it’s not without it’s problems, but I enjoy working with it well enough and see it as a way to get work done…

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