Support » Plugin: Embed Picasa Album » loop-picasa.php in child theme folder

  • Resolved Peter Berger

    (@peterpolow)



    Hi Alexandr,

    First, thank you for this useful plugin. I use it for a long time on various websites and I’m very happy with it.

    I made a custom loop-picasa.php and I put it in the folder of my parent theme. Every time I update that theme to the newest version, I have to put the loop-picasa.php again in the theme folder.

    Is it possible to change your plugin that it also looks in the child theme folder for loop-picasa.php?

    Thank you in advance!

    Peter

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/embpicasa/

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  • Plugin Author marchenko.alexandr

    (@marchenkoalexandr)

    Hi Peter

    Yep it seems that you are right I was using get_template function.

    In the case a child theme is being used, the directory name of the parent theme will be returned. Use get_stylesheet() to get the directory name of the child theme.

    So changed to get_stylesheet, and released new 1.2.2 version, hope all will work now for you

    Yes, it works very good! Thank you so much, Alexandr!

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