Building good template files

It is becoming more and more common for plugins to provide template files that can be copied to a theme’s folder and then safely modified. This means that the site owner that is using the plugin can add, remove, and modify the markup of the plugin without hampering the upgrade process when new versions are…

Please Consider Not Using Curly Brackets {} in Template Files

The vast majority of developers will cringe a bit when they hear the recommendation against using curly brackets, {}, but I believe very strongly that when writing template files, in both themes and plugins, you should strictly avoid using brackets. The reason being that template files should be written for clarity, both for developers and…

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