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[Resolved] If File Exists Post Image, if Not, post title.

  • I’m having one hell of a time working this code out. Basically for pages, instead of posting the_title(), I want it to look for an image with the the_title() name and if it is available in the theme’s dir/images/the_title().png to post the image, and if not, just post the title. Here is what I have:

    <?php
    $image = bloginfo('template_url') . the_title("/images/",".png");
    
    if (file_exists($image)) {
    		echo "you're in good shape";
    } else {
    		echo "yolo fool" . $image . "after stuff";
    }
    ?>

    first issue is that it echo’s
    http://www.mywebsite.com/wp-content/themes/v1/images/Sponsors.png

    Which is the exact address of the image, and then it returns:
    yolo foolafter stuff

    So as you can see, I cannot use this variable to call the image. Any ideas?

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