October 20, 2012

The Beginner’s Guide to WordPress Actions and Filters

When it comes to professional WordPress development, it’s imperative that developers understand both actions and filters – that is, it’s important to understand WordPress hooks. Simply put, hooks are what give us the ability to customize, extend, and enhance WordPress through…

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