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  • “the loop” means basically the loop that runs to output data into the templates. so you should probably should put the code in your main index template or your sidebar template or comments template…

    being relatively new to this stuff, i’m wondering the same thing. so to get this plugin to work, what specific file do i need to change and where in the code i add the <?php if (function_exists(‘wp_notable’)) wp_notable(); ?> part?

    Here is The_Loop. Usually in some form or other it is present in most of the “main” template files of a theme: index.php, single.php, page.php…
    Depending where do youo want to show the plugin’s result, you will have to edit the file that is displaying your posts in that specific view. More > Template_Hierarchy.

    okei, now little bit wiser i know where the loop starts and ends. but i don’t seem to get it into my head that which file i need to modify if i want to show the plugin results after each post or if i want to show them on sidebar.

    a) if after every post – index.php of the theme.
    b) if in the sidebar – sidebar.php

    works like a charm 😀 thank you moshu for patience and fast replies. this site must have the best support i’ve ever seen.

    slowly starting to get the hang of things.


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