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25 Free Time-Saving Online Tools for WordPress Developers

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As Fred wrote in an earlier post, learning WordPress development is hard. It’s not just a case of being able to write code. There’s a heap of associated skills: analysis, design, SEO, copywriting, user experience, maintenance and more.










Where and How to Use WordPress Hooks in Objects

You’ve maybe noted that we’ve recently been writing about WordPress and object-oriented programming in PHP a lot. Just last week, Fred published an article about PHP magic methods, especially __construct, and how they work. This week I want to tackle a very common and oft-debated question about WordPress and OOP: when I use WordPress hooks, where do they go on my objects?