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[Resolved] If is homepage

  • Hello there,

    Simple but unable to crack this one: How to display a few div’s only on the homepage? I’ve tried a lot of solutions, none worked for me.
    I’m doing this the header.php of the theme:

    <?php if( is_home() ) : ?>
    <div align="center">
    <div class="trigger"><h1><?php echo trigger($bowling); ?></h1><br /><h3>Wanna go bowling? Push the <a href="/bowling">Button</a></h3></div>
    <div class="cleardiv"></div>
    <?php endif;?>

    Doesn’t work… Anyone?

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  • Hej,

    works fine for me (apart from the trigger($bowling); obviously). What happens right now? Does it display on any/every page?

    is_home() works on your home page only if it is set to show your posts. If you have a static front page set, use is_front_page().

    Thanks,

    I’m using is_front_page() now but it shows up on every page. Maybe because I put it in header.php? But that’s where I want it, above the body and below the menu…

    I solved it, put it in another php file and works fine now without the if statement.

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