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[Resolved] [Plugin: Advanced Code Editor] Edit child theme files in /include directory

  • Hi, thank you for this great plugin.

    I’ve noticed a strange issue: i want to edit a file (entry.php) that is located under /ChildThemeFolder/Includes, but i can’t see any of the files under this location.
    No problem for the upper level (the main Child Theme folder), and editing the files located in /includes folder for the parent theme is OK.

    Is somethinf wrong in my child theme, in the plugin or in the WP core-files?

    Thanks
    M.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/advanced-code-editor/

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  • Oh, another thing: i’ve tried another child theme on the same site, the same child theme on another site and so on… i’ve made a little crosstesting!

    Plugin Author Bainternet

    @bainternet

    @meksone:

    Just like i answered on the plugins home page,
    the tree is built using the DOM manipulation with no server side at all and it only changes the display to a list with icons on the theme editor using the given list so you should see all included files under the theme’s root folder even those in sub folders (if WordPress lists theme there to begin with)

    the plugin editor’s tree is something different which can list subfolders and arrange files in them.

    anyway just look in the theme’s root (no sub folders for theme’s tree)

    let me know if the files are there.

    Hi Bainternet,

    I faced same thing that meksone encountered, all files in subdirectory are not listed neither in root theme nor in child folders like plugin editor.
    I use Arabic wordpress with rtl appearence, I have no problem with this, the ACE looks fine.
    Are there any clues to list all files in theme directory to be editable
    Thank you for your this awesome pugin

    BR,
    SaFi

    Plugin Author Bainternet

    @bainternet

    Sorry read my answer before your post;

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