[wp-hackers] Trailing Slash on Template Tags
wp-hackers at striderweb.com
Thu May 29 14:32:27 GMT 2008
For what it's worth, I agree with this reasoning. <path>/file.php is
easier to understand, and if not more _intuitive_, then more
Putting it another way: When reading code, function().'string' could
be anything. function().'/string' strongly suggests "this is a path"
before I look any farther.
On May 29, 2008, at 9:21 AM, Michał Gawroński wrote:
> [F]or me <path>/file.php is more intuiteve, and better readable/
> understandable (sory for my bad english) than only <path>file.php.
> As far as i remember i used <path>\<file> even in "MS-DOS 5" times.
> Later was, MS.DOS 6.x series, MS Windows 3.x series, MS Windows 9x
> series, then i got internet connection and i was also using <path>/
> <file> in my work, then came Windows 2000 and Windows Server series
> - all time standard is <path>/file not <path>file, now i'm
> developing Wordpress themes and im also using <path>/<file>. Why
> change something, which is standard for over 20 years of computing?
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