_e( string $text, string $domain = 'default' )

Display translated text.


Description Description


Parameters Parameters

$text

(string) (Required) Text to translate.

$domain

(string) (Optional) Text domain. Unique identifier for retrieving translated strings.

Default value: 'default'


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Source Source

File: wp-includes/l10n.php

function _e( $text, $domain = 'default' ) {
	echo translate( $text, $domain );
}

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Version Description
1.2.0 Introduced.


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    Contributed by McContax
    _e( string $text, string $domain = 'default' )

    In this function,the “$domain” is used to locate the multilingual file.(The file which is the translation of your theme.)
    In wp-include there is a function related to this var

    function load_theme_textdomain( $domain, $path = false ) {
    $locale = apply_filters( 'theme_locale', get_locale(), $domain );
     
    if ( ! $path )
    $path = get_template_directory();
     
    // Load the textdomain from the Theme provided location, or theme directory first
    $mofile = "{$path}/{$locale}.mo";
    if ( $loaded = load_textdomain($domain, $mofile) )
    return $loaded;
     
    // Else, load textdomain from the Language directory
    $mofile = WP_LANG_DIR . "/themes/{$domain}-{$locale}.mo";
    return load_textdomain($domain, $mofile);
    }

    You can see $domain is used in this file.Actually it’s used to locate the .mo file.So you must may sure it share the same name with your theme folder name

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