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  1. Adam
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    Posted 1 year ago #

    I don't build my theme the natural way that people do by placing all there single.php code in the single.php I build it through a series of templates that are then registered and displayed to the user on the front end - the method for the registered template is called in the appropriate .php file in the core theme its self so for example:

    Aisis-Loop-Single.phtml is then registered by a function and then called in single.php to display the post, aside, gallery or what ever.

    the point is:

    REQUIRED: This theme doesn't seem to display tags. Modify it to display tags in appropriate locations.

    REQUIRED: The theme doesn't have post pagination code in it. Use posts_nav_link() or paginate_links() or next_posts_link() and previous_posts_link() to add post pagination.

    I display tags at the bottom of each post using

    the_tags()

    and I have a function at the bottom of the index template displaying pagination as well as at the bottom of each post....

    so what is going on?

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