When I think of a "plugin" I think of something that you install and then it works. Not this plugin.
With this plugin, you have to sift through theme files to find the right file, then manually change the PHP, which will of course be overwritten the next time you update your theme unless you create a child theme. And if your theme is already a child theme then you are SOL because WP famously doesn't allow "grandchild" themes.
So, this "plugin" requires you to create a child theme (if you can) and then manually edit code for it to work.
Not exactly "plug and play".
Couldn't get this to work at all or even show up - so apparently I have to alter the code as well? Not what I want to use plugins for! If it works for you great, for me - forget it.
Should make that clear right away
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