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Inheritance – PHP OOP Tutorial

Inheritance

Let’s talk about inheritance. We’ve talked about how to extend a class and covered encapsulation. Inheritance is when a class extends another class and inherits the properties and methods of that class. The main advantage to this is the ability to use a parent class and modify it for a special use without actually modifying the actual class itself. You …

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Constructor Method – PHP OOP Tutorial

Constructor Method

It’s always good practice to have things set up when someone creates an instance of your class instead of calling a bunch of functions to do so. Users should only have to call set methods when they need to update or change some properties in your class. The constructor method is the perfect solution to setting up your class for …

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Encapsulation – PHP OOP Tutorial

Encapsulation

Encapsulation may seem like an intimidating topic, but it’s actually quite simple. Object oriented programming is based on 3 principles which are encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism. In this tutorial, we’ll be talking about encapsulation and why it’s important to understand this principle. We’ll talk about the other 2 in future tutorials. What is encapsulation? So, what is the meaning behind …

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Extending Classes – PHP OOP Tutorial

Extending Classes

Let’s talk about extending classes for a moment. One of the benefits of using classes is that it’s easy to share your classes with other developers. They can extend the class if you allow them to.  So instead of going into your class and updating the code, they can create a different class that only changes a few things here …

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Properties and Methods – PHP OOP Tutorial

Properties and Methods

Now, that we’ve covered some of the basics about object oriented programming, let’s move onto the next step. We’re going to learn about properties and methods. We’ll learn about what they are and how to use them. Using Properties and Methods Open up your pet.class.php file and update our class to this. [crayon-5a123ca08d5f3710803368/] We create a variable named petName. We …

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Classes, Objects, Instances – PHP OOP Tutorial

Classes, Instances, Instances

Let’s get started by creating our first class and learn a little about what classes, objects, and instances really are. You’ll find that creating classes isn’t so hard. Create a new file called pet.class.php. You don’t have to append the .class after your file name, but it’s common practice to do that so other developers know that this file contains …

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Getting Started – PHP OOP Tutorial

PHP OOP Tutorial

Welcome! This PHP OOP tutorial series will help you get started with object oriented programming in PHP. If you’ve ever wanted to expand your knowledge, then you’ve come to right place. By learning how to use OOP, you open up new doors that will make your code more efficient and flexible. Before you get started This tutorial assumes you have …

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Conclusion – WordPress Theme Tutorial

Conclusion

Congratulations! You now know how to create a WordPress theme. Of course, your journey isn’t over yet. You should take it to the next level by learning how to create Plugins. You should understand that WordPress offers it’s APIs for both plugins and themes. For a list of WordPress’s APIs then click here. http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_APIs While we didn’t cover these APIs, …

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Custom Templates – WordPress Theme Tutorial

Custom Templates

By creating our own templates for certain pages, we make our theme dynamic and flexible. Though, in some situations you’ll want to create a template that WordPress isn’t aware of. For example, our page template is one way to display a page, but what if we wanted a full width page instead of one with widgets. We still want to …

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Error 404 Page Template – WordPress Theme Tutorial

Error 404 Page Template

Creating your own custom error messages in WordPress is easy. We’ll be creating a template for our 404 page. Create a new file called 404.php and add this bit of code. [crayon-5a123ca090b2f501135997/] Try visiting a random page in your blog and you should see this message appear. Very simple right? WordPress will automatically look for this page when someone visits …

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