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  • I am using twentyeleven as a basis for my customised theme. In the category.php file I have included

    <?php
      $post = $wp_query->post;
    
      if (in_category('3')) {
          include(TEMPLATEPATH.'/blog.php');
      }
    ?>

    However all this does is use the blog.php template for my blog category, but then repeats the blog entry using the normal category.php code. I have tried including an else statement to say just use category.php, and I’ve tried filtering out category 3 by adding a query_post, but this doesn’t make any difference. Any ideas why I am getting two entries in my blog category?

    The full code for my blog.php file is:

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    And the full code for my category.php file is:

    [dito]

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