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    1. good point well made 🙂 I hadn’t considered that but you’re right. It’s a case of overriding the functions in pluggable.php

  1. yes, maybe you will changes the messages from WordPress or you build a bridge with a other application, than its this file an great ressource.
    A small example do you find in my post, but only in german language and the code-snippets in default php 😉

      1. I’m really surprised how powerful pluggable.php is. I don’t know why I didn’t know about it before. I’m surprised I didn’t see your post on the subject as well since I am subscribed to wpengineer 🙂

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  3. I love your first line in this post! After a year now on WP, I feel more overwhelmed than ever. They have great features, but I’m no tech guru and much of the time I wish I had the WP for Dummies manual to make sense of it all.

    Thanks for the tip on this feature. Much clearer now!

    Laura

  4. ” ‘the more I learn the less I know’? I often feel that way with WordPress!” this is so true, that I laughed!

    Nice article! pluggable.php is a very powerful set of functions, that is not ubiquitously known by the young, medium/young developers, but once you start to using the overriding logic in your devs, the sky is the limit.

    Cheers!

    MAC

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