wfx_display_body_tag

Description Inserts the <body> code output in your webpage output. Similar to the core WordPress function body_class(), but also adds in the following dynamic Wonderflux CSS class definitions for advanced targeting of different layout types and dimensions: Overall layout description...

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wf_output_start

Description The first display hook available in Wonderflux – before the first opening <head> tag. Example <?php //Example 1 //In your child theme functions.php file: function my_wfx_example_function(){ echo '<!--my code-->'; } add_action ('wf_output_start','my_wfx_example_function'); ?> Notes None available yet...

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header.php

Description This is the core header theme file. Template Parts This file uses the template part header-content.php which is location aware. Notes If you wish to create your own to over ride this file in your child theme – copy...

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wf_after_head

Description Directly after the closing </head> tag and before the dynamic <body> opening tag. Example <?php //Example 1 //In your child theme functions.php file: function my_wfx_example_function(){ echo '<!--my code-->'; } add_action ('wf_after_head','my_wfx_example_function'); ?> Notes None available yet...

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WF_CONTENT_DIR

Description Defines absolute server path to the core Wonderflux wf-content directory without a trailing /. Parameters string – Your absolute server path to the wf-content directory on the server. TEMPLATEPATH.'/wf-content' – Default. Example <?php //Example 1 //In your child theme...

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WF_CONTENT_URL

Description Defines the full URL to the Wonderflux wf-content directory without a trailing /. Parameters string – Your full URL to the wf-content directory on the server. get_template_directory_uri().'/wf-content' – Default. Example <?php //Example 1 //In your child theme functions.php file:...

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