One Wordpress function I happen to use frequently is
get_template_directory_uri(). While I tried to minimize or avoid its use where I can, I still happen to have more than one call to this function in certain pages across my theme. Most of the time in a series of href or inside other functions (for which I normally put the URI resulting from
get_template_directory_uri() in a
$variable - however I still find that I might have to store again that variable in a different php file).
I wonder, would it be best if I store the returning value (my theme URI) in a global and use echo the global when I need it in different parts of my theme php files?
I'm still learning my way to best practices and uses of variables and globals.