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Hello guys, 

I just wanted to see the path that you guys take when making functionality changes in wordpress. In other words, how do you trace a specific functionality from the front end to the code responsible for it in the back end. Any suggestion will be appreciated!!

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2 hours ago, administrator said:

Use plugins. Never touch the core Wordpress codebase. 

Yes!

And if you must, you can use your theme's functions.php file where you can throw in some code. As long as it's a cosmetic alteration that isnt a problem if it disappears when you change a theme later on in life.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Yeah, just use plugins ! Let me tell my story guys, I generally always wanted to know how you can easily create your own website with cool plugins. And my friend has been making cool websites for schools and universities for a couple of years. I asked him where he learned such sites and he replied that he came across https://stylemixthemes.com/cost-calculator-plugin/ and immediately started making very cool sites, and by the way, he always uses the most top plugins and his sites look just perfect. Well, in short, I have been learning how to make websites for more than six months, and I advise everyone.

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