50 Filters of WordPress: The First 10 Filters

The idea of the world of filters within the context of WordPress

WordPress is an amazing platform and the most popular content management system in the world. The reason for this title is because of its extensibility. In this series, we're going to learn about filters - one of the best ways we can extend WordPress. In the first post of the series, we introduced the idea of the world of filters within the context of WordPress. In this tutorial, we're going to start reviewing 50 selected filters by explaining what they do and see an example for each filter.
  1. Changing the Default Login Error Messages
  2. Redirecting Commenters to Another Page
  3. Allowing External Redirection for the wp_safe_redirect() Function
  4. Adding classes to <body>
  5. Changing the Locale
  6. Filtering Sanitization of Usernames
  7. Filtering the Content of the Post
  8. Filtering the Forms for Password Protected Posts
  9. Filtering the the_terms() Function
  10. Changing the Email Address to Send From

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