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  1. Modernizing WordPress Theme Development with Sage

    in the root of the theme: index.php functions.php, 404.php search.php single.php page.php The only difference is that it's got the lib directory where the theme configuration and utilities are stored. Note that including the front-end assets is done from the assets.php instead
  2. The WordPress Template Hierarchy

    available, I renamed two files (in the Twenty Fifteen Theme). In the screenshot below you can see which files WordPress uses to display content. You can see the Twenty Fifteen theme uses the content-search.php file to display search results. If you delete or rename content-search.php, WordPress
  3. Enterprise Search with Apache Solr and WordPress

    features the WordPress theme must be compatible with APIs of that particular Solr plugin. Some plugins allow you to add a custom search.php file to the theme and then the plugin intercepts the template hierarchy and executes the custom search file which has all these advanced features. Solr plugin
  4. How to Add Featured Image Thumbnails to Your WordPress Theme

    not there, check it's enabled in "Screen Options" or review your functions.php code. Using Thumbnails Three main thumbnail commands can now be used within any WordPress loop. Typically, you'll want to use them in files named index.php, category.php, archive.php, author.php, taxonomy.php or search.php
  5. How to Split WordPress Content Into Two or More Columns

    and page.php since these are used to display single posts and pages respectively. It may also be found in index.php, archive.php and search.php, however, these normally show more than one article so be careful how multiple content blocks are handled. Once you've found the relevant code, comment out
  6. So You Think You Know How to Write a WordPress Theme?

    ) comments.php page.php (for static pages rather than posts) search.php 404.php style.css functions.php (allows changing of core functionality without editing core files) Most of the above are self-explanatory for those that have developed a site in the past. There are also a series of PHP
  7. Cross-Site Scripting Attacks (XSS)

    could send the following link to the victim: http://example.com/search.php?query=<script>alert("hacked")</script> Without validation, the page would contain: You searched for: <script>alert("hacked")</script> Persistent XSS This type of attack happens when
  8. Data Visualization with Flex, Part III

    in '+formatter.format(data.data)+' threads', event)"> <mx:Script> <![CDATA[ import mx.events.ToolTipEvent; import com.sitepoint.tooltips.KeywordToolTip; private var sitePointSearchURL:String = "http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/search.php?q="; public var dataMin:Number
  9. Introducing XUL - The 'Net's Biggest Secret: Part 2

    ;  'http://www.sitepoint.com/search/search.php?q='    +searchField.value+'&submit=Search'); } I've used DOM to fetch the value of the searchField. I've also fetched the browser element, using its id attribute. In the third line, I modify the value of the src attribute
  10. The Perfect Job - Part 2

    ;/font> </a></td></tr>"; } } echo "</table>"; ?> <!-- snip --> <a href="add.php">Add a new listing</a> or <a href="search.php">search   the database</a> <!-- snip --> Here's what
  11. Build Your App in the Cloud with Heroku and the Facebook SDK

    templates holds the interface files. I have three pages: a home page that displays a list of all the links shared (home.php), a page with the form needed to submit a new link (new.php), and a search results page (search.php). Database Access The Heroku platform provides each Ruby application
  12. Create Your Own WordPress Theme from an HTML Template

    create a single.php file, and template will be used for single post pages instead of index.php file. Similarly, there category.php (for category search.php (for search results),home.php (for the home page), and a number of othertemplate files you can create to customize each separate area
  13. Painless JavaScript Using Prototype

    be sent if you submitted the form. For example, consider this form: <form id="search" action="search.php" method="post">    <input type="text" name="query" value="thing" />    <select name="field
  14. SitePoint Podcast #115: Live at WordCamp Raleigh Part 2

    is the amount of books that are involved that filter and really easy modification of the theme without actually having to copy down an entire file just to make a minor change. If I wanted to change say the title in archive themes on 2010 I would need to completely copy down index.php or search.php