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Wordpress Functions


The files of WordPress characterize many helpful PHP functions. A portion of the functions, known as Template Tags, are characterized particularly for use in WordPress Themes. There are likewise a few functions identified with actions and filters (the Plugin API), which are in this way utilized principally for creating Plugins. The rest are utilized to make the core WordPress functionality. Huge numbers of the core WordPress functions are helpful to Plugin and Theme developers.

absint()

Function : Convert a value to non-negative integer.

activate_plugin()

Function : Attempts activation of plugin in a “sandbox” and redirects on success.

activate_plugins()

Function : Activate multiple plugins.

activate_sitewide_plugin()

Function : Deprecated functionality for activating a network-only plugin.

addslashes_gpc()

Function : Adds slashes to escape strings.

add_action()

Function : Hooks a function on to a specific action.

add_blog_option()

Function : Add a new option for a given blog id.

add_clean_index()

Function : Adds an index to a specified table.

add_comments_page()

Function : Add submenu page to the Comments main menu.

add_comment_meta()

Function : Add meta data field to a comment.

add_contextual_help()

Function : Add contextual help text for a page.

add_custom_background()

Function : Add callbacks for background image display.

add_custom_image_header()

Function : Add callbacks for image header display.

add_dashboard_page()

Function : Add submenu page to the Dashboard main menu.

add_editor_style()

Function : Add callback for custom TinyMCE editor stylesheets.

add_existing_user_to_blog()

Function : Add a user to a blog based on details from maybe_add_existing_user_to_blog().

add_feed()

Function : Add a new feed type like /atom1/.

add_filter()

Function : Hook a function or method to a specific filter action.

add_image_size()

Function : Register a new image size.