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Kyle Shamblin
Kyle Shamblin
9,945 Points

Can you use an array for more than one add_theme_support();?

instead of this: add_theme_support('menus');

add_theme_support('post-thumbnails');

is this possible? add_theme_support (array ('menus') , ('post-thumbnails' ) ;

2 Answers

missgeekbunny
missgeekbunny
37,033 Points

No. With how the function is coded it can technically take two arguments and the second is an array of arguments to edit the string you pass to it. It's why it can't be strung together as you're suggesting.

--Edited for clarity--

missgeekbunny is correct. please look at the developer docs for more info