September 17, 2012

Writing Extensible Plugins With Actions and Filters

One of the many things you will find when investigating a good plugin developer’s source code are custom hooks and filters that the developer has placed throughout the plugin. The presence of these action hooks and filters make the plugin “extensible”, meaning that other plugins and themes…

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