WBF has a built-in mobile detect service (provided by Mobile_Detect class) that you can use via PHP. You can use the service like so: The Mobile_Detect class can do much more than that, like detect the type of browser the user is using. You can refer to the class code examples for more information.
WordPress has a great system for managing templates, partials and to allow the overwriting of specific files in child themes. When a new request come to WordPress engine, the CMS first try to guess the needed main template file among a specific hierarchy. This work is done in /wp-includes/template-loader.php file; then the filter template_include comes … Continue Reading »
The functions.php is the core of every WordPress theme; developers can use it to customize every WordPress default behavior that has an hook (an action or a filter) attached. It’s fast and easy to use but WordPress itself does not dictate on how you have to organize it. This is really not a problem if … Continue Reading »
WordPress terms can be ordered hierarchical, but there is no built-in easy way to output them in hierarchical order. Say, for example, that you have this structure of terms for the “category” taxonomy: — Films — Comedy — — ’70 — — ’90 — — modern — Historical — Science Fiction And for a post … Continue Reading »