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It really just depends on what you need to do here. The general method is to hook all your theme support features to after_setup_theme for some obvious reasons. after_setup_theme is the first action hook available to themes to add any type of support the theme. Certain features has to be registered here and cannot be registered later. One feature that ...


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Nothing would happen, everything would remain the same. Child themes inherit the functionality of the parent theme. Just a few notes All posts regardless of post type is stored in db, so they never "disappear" even when the post type does not exist anymore. Custom post types and custom taxonomies should be registered in a plugin to keep them available ...


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Your question is totally misdirected and should be directed at core developers on wordpress.org. You are also totally missing the whole point of the core bundled themes. The main purpose of bundled themes are to showcase new developments in core and what the core developers find interesting. They are not there to please the masses with pedantic link colours ...



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