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PHP Rendering Without Disabling WYSIWYG…?

  • I have an about page that is highly trafficked so I want to put a list of recent posts at the bottom of the page, not the sidebar.

    I have the Recent Posts plugin and Exec PHP and the PHP to insert into the page, but the only way to do have it execute correctly is to disable the WYSIWYG editor…

    I have authors who need to use the Rich Editor for writing posts, so I really don’t want to disable it.

    Thoughts? Suggestions?

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  • 1. If you edit your About Page in normal mode and after saving it you will never open it for edit, the wysiwyg animal shouldn’t mess with it.

    2. A better solution is to put your code in a custom Page template and use that template when creating/editing the About page.

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