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In the previous chapter, we know wp-settings.php is a complex file. This file loads almost everything like plugins and active theme. We will look into it further. After including plugin […]

dirname in php may not be what you think it to be: given a full path name of a file, return its directory part. In fact, dirname(pathname) returns the parent […]

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