The Backbone Framework has been carefully sprinkled with actions and filters that external code can hook into, injecting new functionality into the standard flow. In this article we list a complete list of hooks and filters that have been built into the Backbone Framework.
Backbone implements a series of actions and filters to make it easy for you to plug in your own sets of code into the theme, whatever the purpose may be. For example, with an action hook, you could add a chunk of HTML code to show an image in the header of all pages without having to touch the
header.php template. With a filter hook, you can change the format of the dates shown in posts. There are other examples and you could look into and to learn about hooks in detail, please refer to this hooks and filters documentation on WordPress.org. Just before we start, please understand the basic difference between action hook and filter hooks. Action hooks are executed when certain WordPress events occur while filter hooks are executed throughout the whole page loading process, from the beginning to the end. Filter hooks are particularly useful for text and/or content manipulation.
Some of users may not be satisfied with a default template from the flexible CMS like WordPress, we are going to give you a simple tutorial to create a new template with your own “new” table at the WordPress database This will be a really easy way to make it work.
The first thing we need to do is create a table in database, you can create directly on your server or creat at your localhost first then export/import to database server. Here is the example fields with the table below:
One way of making visitors keep coming back to your website is by having an attractive and unique design. If your business already has a WordPress-powered website, it is possible to have its look and feel matches your business/brand image without doing a complete re-design and without paying thousands of dollars to have the website developed. Nowadays, the internet almost has answers to all of our needs. By searching on Google you can find many kind of code examples, forums, tutorials and even outstanding innovations that enable anyone to build websites with little web development skills and knowledge.
Editing and customizing WordPress themes can be very intimidating if you are not familiar with how they work, but with some assistance you can have a unique design for your website in no time. This tutorial guide will teach you how to customize a WordPress theme the right way.
What is a Child Theme?
From the WordPress Codex:
A WordPress child theme is a theme that inherits the functionality of another theme, called the parent theme, and allows you to modify, or add to, the functionality of that parent theme.
A basic child theme consists of only a
style.css file. If you plan on using the available Action Hooks and Filters in Backbone, you will also need to create a
functions.php file. You can also add a screenshot.png file too, which is your theme’s thumbnail that will show up on the Appearance -> Themes page.