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Website root directory (Root)

  1. index.php: The WordPress core index file, the blog output file.
  2. license.txt: WordPress GPL license file.
  3. my-hacks.php: Defines an appender that is processed before blog output.This file is not present in a default installation, but if it exists, it will be referenced by the admin page.
  4. readme.html: Introduction to WordPress installation.
  5. wp-atom.php: Output Atom information aggregation content.
  6. wp-blog-header.php: Define blog page display content according to blog parameters.
  7. wp-cron.php
  8. wp-comments-post.php: Receives comments and adds them to the database.
  9. wp-commentsrss2.php: RSS2 information aggregation content used to generate log comments.
  10. wp-config-sample.php: A sample configuration file for connecting WordPress to a MySQL database.
  11. wp-config.php: This is the configuration file that actually connects WordPress to the MySQL database.It is not included in the default installation, but since WordPress requires this file to run, users need to edit this file to change the relevant settings.
  12. wp-feed.php: Defines the feed type according to the request and it returns the feed request file.
  13. wp-links-opml.php: Generates a list of links (added via the WordPress admin menu) in OPML format.
  14. wp-login.php: Defines the login page for registered users.
  15. wp-mail.php: Used to get blog posts submitted via email.The URL to this file is usually added to the cron job so that cron will periodically retrieve the file and receive mail logs.
  16. wp-pass.php: Audits passwords for password-protected articles and displays protected articles.
  17. wp-rdf.php: Generate RDF information aggregation content.
  18. wp-register.php: Allows new users to register usernames through an online form.
  19. wp-rss.php: Generate RSS information aggregation content.
  20. wp-rss2.php: Generate RSS2 information aggregation content.
  21. wp-settings.php: Runs pre-execution routines, including checking for proper installation, using helper functions, applying user plugins, initializing execution timers, and more.
  22. wp-trackback.php: handles trackback requests.
  23. wp.php: Simple template for displaying blog logs.Nothing magical, but includes part of the index.php content.
  24. xmlrpc.php: handles xmlrpc requests.Users can publish articles without going through the built-in web management interface.
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