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Get In The Loop

Posted July 17, 2005 by Matt Mullenweg. Filed under Documentation.

The WordPress Loop is the brains behind your WordPress site. A simple yet sophisticated bit of PHP coding, it generates the content and information displayed on your site, in fact, on each template page on your site. Understanding how the Loop works and how you can customize it to your needs is covered extensively in the article on The Loop in Action.

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