I remember the first time I was asked to do anything with WordPress was for a design house that often hired me to code sites from PSD files to PHP or SHTML. The client asked me to troubleshoot an issue they were having, and since WordPress was (and still is) PHP-based, I figured it would be no problem. I still remember my reaction when I opened a template file to look at the code: my brain immediately fired off alarm warnings, my brow creased, and I’m pretty sure I uttered an expletive.
I laugh now recalling that moment, because I really knew nothing. The request was simply to fix a heading, but it took me close to two days to sort it out. I was so intrigued by what I came across in those two days ...
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