What The File adds an option to your toolbar showing what file and template parts are used to display the page you’re currently viewing.
What else to say.. it works as advertised and when the info is needed, this plugin makes live a lot easier..
This is great, eliminates guessing and testing. Work faster.
The idea for the PRO version.
What plug-ins use which template / file on this page
egz buddypress events manager etc.
Very useful plugin, it helps me to locate the file without going through the whole directory
A nice way to see the main templates being used
we have several different templates on our site and this helps to see quickly which main template file and sub-template files are being used. thats really it.
practically useful user-friendly
as always, i love plugins that do one things and do it well. This is sweet, so handy, i don't have to go through contortions to see what my theme code is really doing.
i will echo others: nag messages give a negative taste whenever one sees them, which counteracts the positive benefit of getting the reviews you want :)
And the plugin would be perfect if it showed *every* file included, not just the "get_template_part()"
This is a convenient tool for trying to figure out which files affect particular pages. I wish there were more specificity, but I suppose it's not supposed to be all-encompassing. One truly annoying thing, though - the plugin gives a pop up in the admin screen asking you to rate it, and gives you these two options: Yes, take me there! - I've already done this! It should include an "ignore" or "dismiss" button as well.
not show template part that use include. Why "include"? Because get_template_part does not transmit post variables to "part".
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