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While there are some WP–specific solutions that track template files, for complicated projects pretty much the only reliable list is using get_included_files() PHP function at the end of page load. It would give you everything, including WP core, but filtering it down to theme is relatively easy.


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This is essentially scope visibility issue. include brings code into a current scope, function call creates new closed off scope. In get_template_part() only certain WordPress globals are being made available by load_template() call inside. While the basic answer is to declare your variables as globals, you might want to ponder your overall architecture a ...



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