Using Templates in WordPress

Using Templates in WordPress

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In themes: get_template_part( ‘slug-name’, ‘name’ );We should keep our templates inside template-parts directory.So lets say our template file is in: themes/theme-name/template-parts/home/home-my-template.phpTo include this template you will write ( for e.g. inside front-page.php ) For e.g. our template file is in: themes/theme-name/template-parts/home/my-template.php In Plugin, For e.g. our template file is in:plugins/plugin-name/templates/my-template.php If we want to pass

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Fix PHPCS errors in WordPress

Fix PHPCS errors in WordPress

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Visibility must be declared on method “__construct” Add public before the class method Detected usage of a non-sanitized input variable: $_POST[‘xyz’] You need to sanitize it. E.g. esc_html( $_POST[‘xyz’] ) or sanitize_text_field( $_POST[‘xyz’] )  Detected usage of a possibly undefined superglobal array index: $_POST[‘query’]. Use isset() or empty() to check Wrap it inside empty() e.g.

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Object Caching In WordPress

Object Caching In WordPress

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As a CMS, WordPress is heavily dependent on its database, and database efficiency is crucial to scaling( capability to handle increased/growing workload ) WordPress. If requests to your website generates a large number of database queries, your database servers resource can become overwhelmed. This will reduce your site’s performance and uptime. To avoid multiple database

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