WordPress custom expression and its path method


Here is how to use it:

Step 1: Download weisay_smiley.zip, unzip it, and upload smiley and smiley.php together to the theme directory you are currently using.


Step 2: add the following code to functions.php

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The code is as follows:

//Comment expression path
function custom_smilies_src ($img_src, $img, $siteurl){
return get_bloginfo(‘template_directory’).’/smiley/’.$img;

Step 3: open comments.php, search for textarea, and add the

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The code is as follows:

<?php include(TEMPLATEPATH . ‘/smiley.php’); ?>

Done, so you can easily customize the expression and expression path.

Note that when replacing the head image in smiley.php, you should pay attention to one-to-one correspondence with the name of the head image in smiley.php, otherwise it may not be displayed. Remember.

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