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Plugin (UTW) integration with my theme question (2 posts)

  1. gunlib
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Arghh... ! I should know the answer to this question, but maybe I'm making it harder than it is. I recently installed the Ultimate Tag Warrior plugin and everything is working perfectly (I highly recommend it!).

    I'm obviously a newbie at WP, and to me, just installing the plugin and figuring out how to configure it on my own has been a huge accomplishment for me, but there is one tiny little thing left for me to tweak before I am completely satisfied. I *think* it's something I need to do in the template itself and has nothing to do with the actual plugin (?) I'm using a customized version of Mike Little's Journalized Blue theme, by the way.

    My question:

    How do I get a space or a break between the tags and my footer (? - I think that's what it's called)?

    Right now, it displays like this:

    Technorati Tags: blah, blah blah, etcetera
    This post was authored by (author's name)

    And all I'm trying to do is have it display like this:

    Technorati Tags: blah, blah blah, etcetera

    This post was authored by (author's name)

    I know somebody's going to probably laugh at this help request, and I'll probably join in when I see how easy it is to accomplish, but I've done a google search in this support forum, I've searched the author's forum, etc., and I keep running into a brick wall.

    Thank you in advance for helping a noob out. I'm almost embarrassed to ask here...

  2. gunlib
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Okay... figured it out myself. For other noobs in the same position, I went to the index.php file and found:

    <p class="bottomauthor">This post was authored by <?php the_author();?>

    And added a break at the top of it. I.E.,

    <br/>
    <p class="bottomauthor">This post was authored by <?php the_author();?>

    Problem solved!

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