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  • v. Present participle of namespace.


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  • I would like to suggest a formal namespacing scheme which might help with option management in the future.

    Suggestion: WordPress Option Namespacing

  • Coders need to remember to use the new naming scheme, use new option get/set functions which take extra namespacing parameters, or we need to migrate to some sort of universal OOP plugin/theme frameworks in order to enforce consistency.

    Suggestion: WordPress Option Namespacing

  • In the comments, Dougal also brought up namespacing options and a related proposal.

    Suggestion: WordPress Option Namespacing

  • Without namespacing of your custom post types your website's post types will more likely conflict with custom post types defined in a theme you fall in love with later or a plugin you realize that you absolutely need to use.

    Codex - Recent changes [en]

  • Creating good content mark-up: Content Management Systems vs. hand-crafted HTML JavaScript namespacing - an alternative to JavaScript inheritance JavaScript: how to get private, privileged, public and static members (properties and methods)

    Robert's talk

  • RDFa vs. Microformats, RDFa encourages interoperable implementations between organizations and avoids naming collisions via namespacing as opposed to the microformats approach which requires a centralized committee process to add/remove elements from data formats.

    Planet XML

  • · Show inherited class methods when using namespacing.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • A few moments ago I through up a post about when and were to use the namespacing convention for project names inside a Visual Studio solution


  • By namespacing your CSS in this way, you are ensuring that your styles will not interfere with the styles on the page, as you might imagine those selectors in the 'wrong' example could.

    BBC Blog Network

  • By the nature of CSS, it will cascade styles to elements further down the tree making namespacing harder.

    BBC Blog Network


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