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  • Hi I have a plugin that needs customization,

    The site uses a plugin to pull data into a page on the site.

    <?php dynamic_sidebar(‘Property Page’); ?>

    <?php dynamic_sidebar(‘Property side’); ?>

    top and bottom of page template

    I can see all the files in the plugin and have turned off to what works were, ie one of the files property_description.php will show description etc.., ie I can find all the element of that page but I cannot find the file that is making that page… What should I look for to find a contructor for this (‘Property Page’);

    Thanks
    Rusty

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  • esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    Where did you download this plugin from?

    I did not download it, it is in the system I took over. Not avaliable through wp plugins.. Can anyone give a clue of what to look for, just need to edit out file of order of elements. There is a whole list of files that I can find to edit the elements but not the main constructor. I found a few files like listing.php which seem to be the ones but if I delete on the site, still there working ..so I dont know…

    for this <?php dynamic_sidebar(‘Property Page’); ?>

    As part of a plugin..

    Thanks

    esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    I’m sorry but if the plugin is not available via wordpress.org, then it’s not one that we’re going to be familiar with. Try contacting the plugin’s developer.

    As a contractor that works on many websites every day that I have no history with, I have found tools such as Windows Grep to be invaluable. This is a category of tools that will basically search through every file in a directory that contains a certain keyword. There are many tools on the market that do this. It allows you to enter a search phrase and will search through all files in your project that contain a certain keyword or phrase.

    I hope this helps.

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