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Is there any way to use get_template_part() with folders?

I'm wondering if there is any way to use get_template_part() with folders? My main folder has a lot of files now because I put every re-usable element in a separate file. I'd like to put them in ...
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1answer
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passing argument to get_template_part() or a better way to code

I have this include … event-list.php <?php /** * The loop that displays upcoming events */ ?> <ul class="event-items"> <?php $yesterday = time() - 24*60*60; $args = array( ...
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1answer
750 views

Should we use get_template_part() in functions files instead of include_once?

I'm using the theme-check plugin to check my theme for errors and recommendations, I'm using get_template_part() in theme files like header.php and index.php but in functions.php I'm using ...
0
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1answer
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strange parse error when including a loop template within another template

I have a loop template called loop-event-details.php where I have code to display each event. My main page template is called events-page.php. I use the following code to include the loop template: ...
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4answers
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Passing Variables through locate_template

While I've typically used include or require on their own to save long term code maintenance I've started to use get_template_part and locate_template as using built in WordPress stuff is always best. ...