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Folderwp-includes/
 
Fileindex.php            [source] [17 lines]    Front to the WordPress application. This file doesn't do anything, but loads wp-blog-header.php which does and tells WordPress to load the theme.
Filewp-activate.php      [source] [132 lines]   Confirms that the activation key that is sent in an email after a user signs up for a new blog matches the key for that user and then displays confirmation.
Filewp-blog-header.php   [source] [18 lines]    Loads the WordPress environment and template.
Filewp-comments-post.php [source] [160 lines]   Handles Comment Post to WordPress and prevents duplicate comment posting.
Filewp-config-sample.php [source] [90 lines]    The base configurations of the WordPress. This file has the following configurations: MySQL settings, Table Prefix, Secret Keys, WordPress Language, and ABSPATH. You can find more information by visiting {@link http://codex.wordpress.org/Editing_wp-config.php Editing wp-config.php} Codex page. You can get the MySQL settings from your web host.
Filewp-cron.php          [source] [112 lines]   WordPress Cron Implementation for hosts, which do not offer CRON or for which the user has not set up a CRON job pointing to this file. The HTTP request to this file will not slow down the visitor who happens to visit when the cron job is needed to run.
Filewp-links-opml.php    [source] [80 lines]    Outputs the OPML XML format for getting the links defined in the link administration. This can be used to export links from one blog over to another. Links aren't exported by the WordPress export, so this file handles that. This file is not added by default to WordPress theme pages when outputting feed links. It will have to be added manually for browsers and users to pick up that this file exists.
Filewp-load.php          [source] [62 lines]    Bootstrap file for setting the ABSPATH constant and loading the wp-config.php file. The wp-config.php file will then load the wp-settings.php file, which will then set up the WordPress environment.
Filewp-login.php         [source] [944 lines]   WordPress User Page Handles authentication, registering, resetting passwords, forgot password, and other user handling.
Filewp-mail.php          [source] [257 lines]   Gets the email message from the user's mailbox to add as a WordPress post. Mailbox connection information must be configured under Settings > Writing
Filewp-settings.php      [source] [373 lines]   Used to set up and fix common variables and include the WordPress procedural and class library. Allows for some configuration in wp-config.php (see default-constants.php)
Filewp-signup.php        [source] [735 lines]   
Filewp-trackback.php     [source] [127 lines]   Handle Trackbacks and Pingbacks Sent to WordPress
Filexmlrpc.php           [source] [101 lines]   XML-RPC protocol support for WordPress


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