Sometimes, I wonder if the WordPress community doesn’t create some over-complication of things just because it can. I came across the term “texturizing” when I was developing another WordPress plug-in. I ignored the warning before but figured it warranted a second look. After all, it sounds like it could affect something on one of our WordPress sites, right?! What on earth does “texture” refer to in the context of the web?!
I had 5 minutes and I do not like to leave things to chance — hardly a luxury when you’re in charge of a bunch of national websites. Why haven’t I heard of “texturizing” before?! I thought. We technical “experts” have to know more than others, after all. Our jobs and livelihood depend on it. I had to find out, so I searched the web and found this link:
At this link, I learned what “texturizing” in WordPress means. To save you the suffering of visiting its usually out-dated and anemic reference guide, it means replacing normal quotes with fancy quotes.
Really? File this one away in the “I heard of that but don’t think it’s very important directory” in your mind. In other words, forget it. Sorry to even have wasted your time with this one, but in case someone stumbles on it through some miracle of web search sorcery, now you know, now only if we could sound smart saying “is that website texturized properly?!” At least that could be “fun”. Notice the quotes around “fun”?! 🙂
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