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Theme authors (and most WordPress hackers in general) use "Template Tags" a lot (the bits like &lt?php the_something(); ?>. The main reference for them is the Template Tags Codex page, but after a wp-hackers discussion I found out about this nicely formatted Template Tag reference. All in one place and handy (not sure how often it is updated, though).

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    There’s a Blog in my Soup - Resour... United States »
    pingback on 23/Oct/08 at 6:14 am # :

    […] WordPress Template Tags Reference […]

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    stratosg Greece »
    wrote, on 23/Oct/08 at 11:28 pm # :

    wow nice one… thx for the heads up!

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    Peter Kahoun Czech Republic »
    wrote, on 31/Oct/08 at 1:44 am # :

    Unfortunatelly not up-to-date. For example wp_list_bookmarks missing… But could by great replacement of

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