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  • Plugin Author Amir Helzer

    (@amirhelzer)

    This really depends on how your theme queries the ‘recent posts’. If you can explain that here, I’m sure that we can find how to list only ‘post’ types.

    Yes, I just discovered this too, I hadn’t realized it was theme dependent.

    I discovered that if I create a page called ‘Blog’ and set the Post Page (under Settings->Reading) to this page, then I set the template to something other than the default template (for example the theme I’m using has a template called Blog which has a corresponding blog.php in the theme folder. I simply modified it specifically ask for posts of type ‘post’ this:

    $blog_query = array(
    		'paged' => get_query_var('paged'),
    		'post_type' => 'post'  // <-- I added this line
    		);
    $posts = &query_posts($blog_query);

    But I am left with a question for my complete understanding of this… If I left the template to the default template, which file or function in my theme is being used to do the query?

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