8 comments

  1. az

    i am a wordpress beginner. where should i call list_live_hooks this from?

  2. az

    @az

    oh it is working. never mind. thank you.

  3. Kavin

    Thank you sir, this saved a lot of time.

  4. Sergio Garcia

    Solid work with these functions. Thanks for making them available.

  5. Noyb

    Seeing not a single date on the entire page … I have no idea if this was developed yesterday or 6 years ago. It’s easier to go somewhere else .. and never come back.

  6. Phil

    Very nice plugin. I’ve just started developing with WordPress so I am learning everything as I go and this is really helpful for a visual thinker like myself.

    Cheers

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