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Nicholas Jacob7,536 Points
Why did Zac globalize the variable $page in the first example function named custom_wp_title? Can't figure this out.
Why did Zac globalize the variable $page in the first example function named custom_wp_title? I can't figure this out why he puts global $page in the function as he never does anything with $page after he globalizes it. Would the function still work without it or am I missing something? Thanks!
Nattapol Kamolbal15,528 Points
I guess that the
is_front_page() use the
Since he create new function,
is_font_page() can't access the
$page info unless you globalize it in the function.
I can't find the documentation for this issue so I'm not 100% sure. Please correct me if I am wrong.