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[Resolved] Manually inserting the php into a page template?

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  • This would also greatly assist me, otherwise I have to manually go through over 300 product pages, and I have already been through them all a dozen times in the last week so I really want to avoid it again if I can.

    I agree because I have my author meta-data at the bottom of my posts instead of at the top. So as a result all the reviews come before the author meta-data.

    EXAMPLE”

    POST TITLE
    POST CONTENT
    -user review
    -user review
    -user review
    -user review
    -user review
    AUTHOR META-DATA (post author’s name/avatar/date/etc)

    Yeah I too need this functionality. Please reply, somebody!!

    Come on guys, a template tag themes could use in their loop like on archive page teasers etc to show latest review star rating or aggregate would be awesome for theme development.

    Cheers

    Plugin Author bompus

    @bompus

    2 shortcodes have been added. 1 for displaying reviews only (for use in a sidebar, homepage, etc) and 1 for displaying the current page’s reviews and the review form. The codes should be able to be placed anywhere you want on any page.

    Any issues, please let me know. No styling has been done for showing reviews on any page, so for now you may need to roll your own CSS for that into your theme. An update to that may come later once everyone approves that it is working correctly for them.

    Great! has it been updated?

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