why must there be _e() everywhere? (a newbie writes)
I have searched high and low for a clear explanation of this, but I can’t find one so I assume it’s so simple that nobody needs it explained.
Why is my theme full of code like this
I thought _e() was a translation function. What is going on here?
Please excuse my ignorance,
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