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Introduction to Customizing Thesis 2.1 Using PHP – Part 7 – Example #2 – Add a Read More Link to the Excerpt

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Now that you know how to change the number of words displayed by an excerpt, next up what we're going to do is add a "read more" link to the excerpt instead of that little dot, dot, dot. Again, we're going to find that here in this the_excerpt page and the filter for that is

Introduction to Customizing Thesis 2.1 Using PHP – Part 6 – Example #1 – Change the Number of Words in an Excerpt

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Now that we've created a function using a filter hook, we're going to look at example number 1 of this Customizing Thesis 2.1 using PHP seminar. What we’re going to do is change the number of words in the excerpt. So we're going to do this by looking at this the_excerpt in the codex. And

Introduction to Customizing Thesis 2.1 Using PHP – Part 5 – Write our First Function Using a WordPress Filter Hook

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That was our very first function applied to an action hook in this Customizing Thesis 2.1 using PHP seminar. Now, what we're going to do is write our very first function using a WordPress Filter Hook. A filter hook behaves very much the same here, it's a function and we're going to call it hello_world_filter

Introduction to Customizing Thesis 2.1 Using PHP – Part 3 – Introduction to WordPress Action Hooks & Filter Hooks

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Now that you understand Thesis 2.1 custom PHP files, next we're going to talk about WordPress action hooks and filter hooks and how we'll be using them in Thesis 2.1. First, I’d like to direct your attention for a moment to the main seminar page here, Introduction to Customizing Thesis 2.1 Using PHP. Because this