Alicia St Rose: Wrangle the WordPress Template Hierarchy Like a Boss

3 responses on “Alicia St Rose: Wrangle the WordPress Template Hierarchy Like a Boss

  1. David Bennett

    Terrific teacher – would be great if we could see the code she had behind her.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Alicia St Rose

    For anyone who’d like to access the slide deck to follow along I’ll post the link here! At the moment, a server migration has my site offline.đŸ˜¦

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  3. Alicia St Rose

    Okay folks!
    You can find the slide deck here:

    http://intrepidrealist.com/wordcamp-san-diego-blast/

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May 1, 2016

Did you ever wish you could go beyond what index.php, page.php and single.php have to offer. Have you ever wondered what taxonomy.php in your premium theme actually does? Have you ever had the need to target a blog category or a custom post type with a unique layout? Well, it might be high time to put the WordPress Template Hierarchy to work for you. I will take you on a little tour of this powerful aspect of WordPress development. Learn how to the hierarchy is structured, how to create a custom post type template, how to drill down and create a template for even a specific page or post and more. And as a bonus some tips on using get_template_part() to avoid bloated files and to neatly organize your themes templates! Like a Boss!

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WordCamp San Diego 2016 25

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