Wordpress get Theme UrlGet Wordpress theme Url
When you mouse over the theme you want to update, the clickable Theme Details link appears. I' d like to know in general - the best / easiest way to find out where the update URL for each Wordpress theme is stored - and how to change this.
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Vaughan " contains a fistful of auxiliary features and filter, which make it for Developer possible to program the passing on of subordinated topic files simply. We did something like this when we were thematizing, enqueuing script or style.
If you use get_stylesheet_directory_uri() you get the uri subdirectory (/wp-content/themes/child-theme) and if you use get_template_directory_uri() you get the uri subdirectory (/wp-content/themes/parent-theme). However, this kind of queuing has a problem when it comes to inheriting sub topics, and that's that we simply can't place a script/style in the sub topic with the same name as the super topic that overwrites the super topic files with it.
This means if a superordinate topic frames script.js and if we want to overwrite this in the subordinate topic, we need to decrypt the source and include the subordinate versions of script.js, which means a little more work.
It' recommend that we use these features for great integration of data heredity.
Changing the URL of an updated wordpress theme / how to create an updated one .....
I' d like to know in general - the best / easiest way to find out where the refresh URL for each Wordpress theme is stored - and how to do this. I would like to make some changes to an open sourcecode topic and thus also modify its URL.
I can' t find out how and where to modify the URL of this topic. One more question - how does the upgrade work? For example, can I just save a theme's zipped archives, verify and collate the filename with the release number at the end and in my theme updated PHP just the release number of a zipped archives (to see if it's a later release in comparison to the release number of the theme with the same name installed)?
Is there another simpler way to perform comparisons and upgrades?