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December 4, 2020

Creating Custom Options Pages in WordPress

To create a menu for theme setting in the WordPress admin, you should use the Settings API provided by WordPress. Using this API, you can register a new options page, with fields for settings. Additionally, you can add settings to an existing options page.

That being said, let’s add the following code to the main file of a plugin or a theme’s function.php file (keeping in mind that it’s always best to create a child theme instead of altering a functions.php file):

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