Link to my own page template
I followed this link: http://codex.wordpress.org/Pages#Creating_Your_Own_Page_Templates
And don’t know what i should type in to visit the page i created.
thats a template…..you have to actually make a page using that template. The page uses the template. You create a template just like apost from the admin area…. when creating the page you can select the template you just created. Once you make the page, it will have a permalink, just like a post that you can link to
–I’m not even sure if a template is the way to go for what you are doing? Couldn’t you just display your content on a page? (I’m not familiar with the plugin…sorry)
Templates are set up to change the appearance/behaviour of pages…. you make a template and then can apply that to one page, or many pages….
Thank’s for your answer.
Okey, but how should i do otherwise?
To show the highest rated from the readme file:
<?php if (function_exists('get_highest_rated')): ?> <ul> <?php get_highest_rated(); ?> </ul> <?php endif; ?>
Should I just post that as a “page” from the admin page?
ok…here is the easy way to do that I believe.
get the exec-php plugin http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/exec-php/
That lets you use php in the body of your pages.
Then just drop the php code you are trying to use into the body of a page.
(That’s how I would do it…hopefully that works?)
Yes it worked fine!
Now over to another question, how can I put this page in the sidebar, not as a link but the whole thing.
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