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A well documented index.php for WordPress 1.0

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With the release of WordPress 1.0, a lot of people have been trying to modify the new index.php to suit their needs or to make it look like their old page. I made a few comments on a vanilla index.php to make things a little easier for people to understand and make modifications to. Here is the link to the well documented index.php for WordPress 1.0 Platinum (and later nightly builds)

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  1. eryanv says:

    Looks pretty good. There are a couple of things that don’t look right though.

    a) Before your comment says look for #post. I believe it should be .post , since classes begin with a ‘.’ while id’s begin with a ‘#’. Also, in my default wp-layout.css there was nothing about post.

    b) The second half looks a little empty in terms of comments. *shrug*

    Anyways, good job!

  2. eryanv says:

    Hmm… well, I thought that the code tags would let the div “post” show, but it didn’t, so a) should start something like this:

    Before div “post” your comment…

  3. Mark (36 comments.) says:

    Fixed the .post issue. That was my fault. As for the second half, I didnt go into the details of the template tags because that could get real messy real quick and the reference provided has a lot of good documentation.
    Thanks for your honest review!



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