[wp-hackers] Hook locations

Frank Bueltge frank at bueltge.de
Sat Apr 7 19:10:40 UTC 2012

Check the plugin Debug Objects, can help you.
List All hooks and his location in core, also the functions and many more.
Maybe it's the right solution for you.

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Am 07.04.2012 15:24 schrieb "John Blackbourn" <johnbillion+wp at gmail.com>:

> On 7 April 2012 13:54, Doug Stewart <zamoose at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I know I've seen plenty of hook lists in the wild before but I don't
> > think I've ever seen documentation as to when each of them fires. I'm
> > interested in figuring out
> >
> > 1) the first hook that produces actual output
> The first thing that outputs any markup is actually the theme (or, it
> should be). The 'template_redirect' hook is the closest one to before
> the theme files are loaded, but it still fires before anything output
> by the theme. If you want to output something after the DOCTYPE then
> it can only reliably be 'wp_head', which fires within the head.
> > 2) the last hook that fires in the head
> Also 'wp_head', as there's only one hook in the head.
> > 3) the last hook that fires before end-of-rendering
> 'wp_footer' if you want to remain within the <html> element, or
> 'shutdown' which is the last hook to fire after everything is done and
> dusted.
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