Two days ago I talked about WordPress conditional tags.
Also WooCommerce has conditional tags.

I use them even more than WordPress conditional tags, but that’s just because I mainly work on WooCommerce stuff like themes and plugins.
They are particularly useful in customizations, so if you want to add some custom features to your site, you should really learn how they work.

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WordPress has some useful functions in the core that could help any developer to change their code behaviour based on some conditions, like in example, show the author of a post in the Blog page, but not in the single post page.

These functions are called Conditional Tags and in this article you will learn how to use some of the most important and commonly used conditional tags in WordPress.

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