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The wp_nav_menu_item_custom_fields action is called before a nav menu item’s move buttons in the menu editor.

March 18, 2022

Almost every part of the WordPress core can be modified using hooks. They can be added to your plugin or a theme and can be used to change how WordPress displays data. If you are new to hooks, here is a whole article about them explaining how they interact with WordPress. We’ll use hooks as well to modify the posts list in the admin area. We suggest adding this functionality to a plugin.

February 21, 2022

AJAX is a mix of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code that allows you to give data to a script, receive and process the script’s response without reloading the page.

December 11, 2021

If you’re a WordPress developer, it’s a good idea to give other developers a way to interact with your code. Custom hooks enable you to do just that. They provide other developers the ability to enhance and alter the functionality of your plugins and themes.

November 19, 2021

WordPress Hooks allow you to not only edit or expand the basic functionality of WordPress but also to modify plugins and themes and allow other developers to integrate their code within your plugins or themes.

November 19, 2021