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Another way to look through WordPress code

10th August 2008

At times in the past, I have complained about there not being sufficient documentation of the actual code used in WordPress itself. True, there is the venerable Codex but that can be incomplete and any extra help is always useful. Peter Westwood (a.k.a westi) has generated documentation from the code itself and put it up on the web for all to peruse. While we are on the subject of information on the more advanced aspects of WordPress, blogs by Mark Jaquith and Andrew Ozz are also worth a look. As the cliché goes, every little helps…

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