Greetings brothers and sisters. I am using WordPress as a CMS, a front end to my PHP/MySQL database/program system. I am using pages for my website presentation, as opposed to posts.
I installed the exec-php plugin, in order to be able to imbed my php’s in my pages and have them appear within their own panel, as opposed to taking over the whole screen when called as a link (see http://www.mrebuddy.com, Demo Buddy System). Problem is, the php in child pages is ignored and not executed, not printed — nothing. I tried removing the parent-child relationship, making the called page its own main page, with the same result. So apparently the php in the main page gets executed, but not any pages it calls. I can’t even get it to echo, let alone include my php’s.
Has anyone heard of this or experienced this problem? I suspect my problem may lie in the loop and/or post concerns, areas I am currently researching, but now confess my newbie status to WordPress, and would appreciate any help or direction you can provide. Thank you in advance!!
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