Bookmarked Hidden in the Code by Aaron (Read Write Respond)
This is a collection of code that I often turn to when working with WordPress Every time that I feel comfortable with my level of knowledge associated with WordPress, there is a problem that leads me to discover a particular attribute that I don’t know how I lived without. This time it is the code...

Not sure how I missed this. Some useful stuff for indieweb in WordPress. More links and rabbit holes in the comments too. Bookmarked for the summer holidays.

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Although the appropriate microformats are usually built into the Webmentions plugin. The plugin for theaded comments can be a bit more tempremental. Chris Aldrich recommends manually adding the reply class and URL just to make sure:


 <a class="u-in-reply-to" href="http://www.example.com"></a>

I have come to do this out of habit for replies now.

Among other interesting snippets.

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