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  • I want to include an Iframe inside a conditional tag in the sidebar, but as I have very little coding exeperience I have no clue.

    On my page named Music I wish to include an itunes Iframe. In the sidebar I have added this:

    if (is_page('Music')) {

    else {


    …at the top. When I add the iframe information shown below, I get all kinds of parse errors and know this is because of my coding stupidity. Please help!

    <iframe src="" width="200" height="500" frameborder="0" border="0" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" scrolling="yes"></iframe>


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  • Is “Music” a Page page or is it a category?

    Is “music” a static page? You could build a template for that page that includes the iframe. That way you wouldn’t need the conditional statement.

    Music is a static page… my understanding hasnt got as far as individual templates yet hehe! If thats the best way of doing it I should take a look at that!! Would this be the best solution?

    Maybe a link to your site would help people to analyze what your aim is a bit better. And maybe you *should* dive into templates after all. I think a page like this should be part of your theme.

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