If this post seems a bit out-of-place with the rest of the content on our blog, that’s because right now it is. That’s changing today. This is the first in a series of posts we’re calling the WP Site Care Workbench. Before today, we haven’t talked about it much but we actually write quite a lot of code here at WP Site Care. We do custom site builds, rebuild our customer’s sites, write custom plugins, rewrite broken plugins, and we’re even working on our own line of custom WordPress products. Lately I’ve been thinking that we should start talking about how we work and what exactly we do every day more openly. Talking about some this stuff will help educate our existing customers and hopefully let newcomers know that we actually are the WordPress experts that we claim to be. If you have any questions about how we work or would like to request code-related topics for us to cover in the future, just hit us up in the comments. Now, let’s dive into some code! WordPress plugin templates are kinda broken It’s no secret that the WordPress template system leaves a lot to be desired. Developers hate working with it so much that there entire libraries built to enhance or completely circumvent it
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