Let’s say that you’ve recently started developing things with WordPress. Perhaps you’ve created basic theme or a plugin that does something simple, but you’re ready to jump into more complex topics.
This may include things such as custom meta boxes, the Settings API, custom post types, or using custom taxonomies.
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