Support » Plugin: Enhanced Category Pages » It doesn't work for me :-(

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  • Plugin Author cip

    (@cip)

    Hi!

    Thanks for finding the plugin useful.

    You have to copy&paste some code in your theme,the file displaying the category.

    See the installation section of the plugin (ECP Installation) and if it does not work read the other support topics: ECP Support

    If you tell us what plugin you are using, I could tell you the file and line to change.

    Cheers!

    Hi!

    Thanks for the fast answer!

    I’m using the Enhanced Category Pages plugin with the Genesis Framework and the Magazine Pro theme.

    I’ve found in wp-includes the category.php and taxonomy.php files. The step 1 in your installation instructions says I must paste this code in wich one? Any of them?

    The step 2 is not very clear for me. Where do I have to paste this code?

    Thanks!

    Plugin Author cip

    (@cip)

    Hi!

    I do not have access to this theme. What you have to search is the theme file that outputs the category (and the taxonomy if you want it to work for other taxonomies, too). This file should be located under wp-content, not wp-includes. wp-includes WordPress core and it is not advisable to edit.

    Step 2 in installation is an example of how you could show more than one categories. You have to get the categories array by yourself.

    Let me know if you managed to find the right places. Unfortunately there is no easy way for us to implement this, so development skills are required.

    I can’t find the files you mention. Here are the content of the themes:

    http://cl.ly/image/2L3P3s2c0f3E
    http://cl.ly/image/2e2B22343L0V
    http://cl.ly/image/0N1K3O0U2A1a

    Maybe if you tell me any string to search it through the theme folder…

    Plugin Author cip

    (@cip)

    Hi!

    Based on your images, my strong guess is to check and edit the file structure/archive.php

    http://cl.ly/image/0N1K3O0U2A1a

    Generally you could search for single_cat_title, is_category etc. As these are functions that are likely to be used when displaying a category page.

    I hope this helps and you find your way through!

    Plugin Contributor danaila_iulian

    (@danaila_iulian)

    Hi!

    We have added support for the special way Genesis Framework shows the categories, which will be in the next update for the plugin.

    Thank you!

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