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I am going to write my own post display thing, and I cannot find a list of all these type of functions:


I'm sure there are more, but where can I find a list?

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closed as not constructive by kaiser, anu, EAMann Jul 19 '12 at 15:44

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Adola, what exactly is your question. As it stands, my answer doesn't answer your question, but you've marked it as such. Now, you need to consider — re-editing your question, OR unmarking my answer. :) – its_me Jul 19 '12 at 8:47
I cannot understand how this question is either not constructive, or has no answer. I clearly asked a simple question, where can I find more of these functions. I found them by using a tutorial, Aahan Krish's answer gave the direction I needed. To close this question is both irritating, and clearly misguided. – Adola Jul 19 '12 at 20:50
Your question is just not specific enough. A simple search answers it already. Plus, you are asking for a List Of Things – something we really want to avoid. See here for more information. – toscho Jul 19 '12 at 21:22
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#1) A doc for a function on WordPress codex lists all related functions at the bottom of the page. For example, this is the doc for the_date(); — look at the section highlighted in the screenshot below:

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#2) Another very good reference is QueryPosts. When you search for a function on QueryPosts, you can presume that the search results are related to that function (at least in most cases). For example:

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Now, for the sake of relevance, here go the links to the pages for the respective functions where you can find other functions related to them:

And then there's Google. For e.g. the_date(); on Google Search

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Your best bet is the Wordpress Function Reference, the template tags list, or the even the Wordpress source.

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@Rarst built a wonderful tool for this, named queryposts.

Disclaimer: I know this isn't a good answer, as too short, but I close vote anyway :)

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