beans_open_markup_e( string $id, string|bool $tag [, string|array $attributes [, mixed $... ]] );
This function builds and renders the HTML for the specified opening tag’s HTML with the specified attributes (optional). It uses
beans_open_markup and then echoes the return string out to the browser.
It provides flexibility for 3rd party customization (i.e. child theme and/or plugins) to remove or change the HTML.
The power of Beans is the ability to customize whatever you need via the unique ID and internal functionality. Using the specified
$id, a child theme or plugin can register to various events in order to customize. You can:
- Remove the HTML completely.
- Add a new attribute.
- Change an attribute, such as the
- Remove an attribute.
- Add HTML or content before or after the opening tag.
It provides you with the means to customize the default behavior within Beans or your custom child theme or plugin.
- The unique ID for the opening tag, which is used as part of the filter event’s name.
- The HTML tag to be built for this ID.
- optional The HTML attributes specified as a key/value pair. All valid HTML attributes apply including: class, id, data, itemscope, aria, and more.
- optional Additional argument(s) to be passed to the registered callbacks.
Returns the opening tag’s filtered HTML. If Beans is in “development mode”, the attribute
data-markup-id is added to include the
Available Event Hooks
This function generates the following event hooks, which are available for for third party code to register and customize the HTML:
- Tag filter
$id . '_markup'– to change or remove the tag.
- Before filter
$id . '_before_markup'– to add content before the opening tag.
- Attributes filter
$id . '_attributes'– to remove, add, or change one or more of the attributes.
- After filter for non-self-closing tag
$id . '_prepend_markup'– to add content after the opening tag.
- After filter for self-closing tag
$id . '_after_markup'– to add content after the tag.
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