WordPress is power

on 24.02.2014 / by Steve / 3 comments in Thoughts

Every day thousands of new people are embracing WordPress to power not just their blogs but entire sites and communities without compromising on usability or scalability (as would be the case with a legacy CMS). Every member of the WordPress community, from core developer to beginning user, should be proud to be part of this momentum: congratulations to us all!

3 thoughts on “WordPress is power

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    Load a template part into a template (other than header, sidebar, footer). Makes it easy for a theme to reuse sections of code and an easy way for child themes to replace sections of their parent theme.

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    Includes the named template part for a theme or if a name is specified then a specialized part will be included. If the theme contains no {slug}.php file then no template will be included.

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    To use this function with subfolders in your theme directory, simply prepend the folder name before the slug. For example, if you have a folder called “partials” in your theme directory and a template part called “content-page.php” in that sub-folder, you would use get_template_part() like this: