Support » Plugin: HungryFEED » HungryFeed plugin: Use in theme templates with do_shortcode?

  • I believe I have the plugin configured correctly, because I can successfully use a shortcode in a post.

    But if I try to put that shortcode in one of my theme’s template files (using do_shortcode()) I get no results. Here’s the syntax, in case I’ve made some stoopid typo:

    <?php do_shortcode('[hungryfeed url="" max_items="5" template="1"]') ?>

    I’ve encountered plugins before that don’t allow for use with do_shortcode() — is this one of them?

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  • Plugin Author Jason


    Your code is just missing one thing (notice ‘echo’ preceding your code)

    <?php echo do_shortcode('[hungryfeed url="" max_items="5" template="1"]') ?>

    If your template supports widgets, though, you can also try adding the hungryFEED shortcode in a text widget. That way you don’t have to alter the template code. (You can enable HungryFEED to work in widgets on the HungryFEED settings page.)

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