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  • Can I, without being a php programmer, have the links list appear on another page outside the WordPress directory? What I think I need to do is locate the include files that hold the database connection string and other relavent includes and stick those on the php page where I want to put the <?php get_links_list(); ?> call.

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  • Yes 🙂
    the include files you mention are those at the top of index.php – the ‘do not remove’ ones. If you include those – and make sure that the path is correct (if the page you want will be in the same directory then all should be good) – then what you suggest should work.

    Thanks for the help!
    Another question though… After getting the path sorted out with for the <?php
    /* Don't remove this line. */

    I then started getting the following error:
    Fatal error: Call to undefined function: get_recent_posts() in E:\Apache Group\Apache2\htdocs\GCCBFM\indexTest.php on line 51
    I assume I have define the function in the header, and I have a book that will explain that to me, but I thought that is what the ‘require’ file contained… Do I have to edit the wp-blog-header.php file as well? Which if I do, I am sure that it would break every thing else… Perhaps another copy of it… or should I put the sites main index page into the WordPress blog directory and route the alias www url to that page…

    It should have loaded the plugin…and I wouldn’t go editing wp-blog-header at all .. the path to it could be wrong ?

    Just saw this the other day–Matt’s templates, isn’t it? He shares his exact templates for doing this AND the code — a rewrite rule — to make this work. This is in the new wiki, under his name (photomatt? maybe). Is that what’s needed here, maybe?

    “Call to undefined function: get_recent_posts() in”
    recent posts ?
    Did anything before that work ?
    I know a plugin should work, but was the links list got ?

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