Let’s figure out where we can hook into the theme to add the content from the editor. Each theme will be different. You will need to evaluate your theme in order to determine where you can hook into for rendering out the content.
In this episode, you will look at two themes.
First, you will dive into the Genesis framework and look at where the page title is being rendered for the Posts Page, i.e. found in
genesis/lib/structure/archive.php. You will see which event you need to register to in the plugin in order to add in the content.
Then you will look at the WordPress default theme TwentySixteen.
Who needs copy/paste? Right. Writing code from scratch is fun!
Total Lab Runtime: 02:56:19
- 1 Lab Introductionfree 03:25
- 2 Plugin Architecturefree 04:59
- 3 Convert the Basic WordPress Plugin into a Blog Intro Pluginbasic 11:46
- 4 Turn on the Editorbasic 12:47
- 5 How Does WordPress Turn off the Editor?pro 12:00
- 6 Locating Where to Insert the Content in Your Themebasic 07:34
- 7 Genesis Posts Page Archivepro 09:39
- 8 Genesis Before Loop Event genesis_before_looppro 05:11
- 9 Render (Display) the Contentsbasic 06:01
- 10 How to Ensure It's Posts Page?basic 12:05
- 11 Let's Look in Core at is_homepro 11:41
- 12 Refactor Getting the Posts Pagebasic 08:58
- 13 Let's Look in Core at get_post - Part 1pro 13:42
- 14 Let's Look in Core at get_post - Part 2pro 04:10
- 15 Sanitize the Contentspro 10:14
- 16 Sanitize with get_postpro 10:56
- 17 Prepare the Contents for the Browserbasic 05:18
- 18 Building the HTML View Filebasic 09:32
- 19 Master Tip: Why Use a View?pro 05:01
- 20 Remove Genesis Page Titlebasic 05:12
- 21 Master Tip: How Did I Know to Use after_theme_setup?pro 02:37
- 22 Wrap it Upfree 03:31