inserting code for plugin into template

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  • #7676

    riverwriter
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    Installation of some plugins requires that you write statements such as ‘<?php wp_plugin-name(); ?>’ into variously “the template in the loop area” or into “your ‘index.php’ or ‘header.php'”.

    I know HTML, but not much about PHP. My question is, do I have the file and the right place? (code below: from the index.php file in the “Almost Spring” theme directory from my installation.)

    ‘ <p class=”postfeedback”>
    ” rel=”bookmark” title=”<?php _e(‘Permanent link to’); ?> <?php the_title(); ?>” class=”permalink”><?php _e(‘Permalink’); ?>
    <?php comments_popup_link(__(‘Comments’), __(‘Comments (1)’), __(‘Comments (%)’), ‘commentslink’, __(‘Comments off’)); ?>

    Here is the code I mean
    ‘ <?php wp_notable(); ?>
    <?php easy_announcement(); ?>
    <!–
    <?php trackback_rdf(); ?>
    –>

    </div>

    <?php endwhile; ?> ‘

    #7920

    wank
    Member

    Sorry, but this board is for wordpress.com support only. Now you’ve made the move to self-hosting you need to head on over to their online documentation, or if you can’t find the answer there, wordpress.org support. Good luck!

    #7923

    riverwriter
    Member

    Ooops. Sorry

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