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Ian Mackenzie11,062 Points
No mention of what priorities in genesis means?
Seems to be a lot of assumptions that we know what all these things mean and do and how they work. Feels like I've jumped into the middle of a course without knowing the fundamentals differences between, hooks and filters. Feeling a little lost.
Jesse PetersenTreehouse Guest Teacher
Sorry about that, because that's more basic PHP stuff covered in other courses. There are very few items in Genesis with priorities, but you'll see them in header and footer markup open/close and some stuff like that. All available looking at the source code.
I believe 10 is the default, so whenever something doesn't remove, I look ot the source code to see if it requires a priority. The above markup items are 5, 10, 15, so those areas are manipulated with priorities.