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Old Oct 8, 2009, 07:04 PM
6 posts · Oct 2009

I wanted to have a special rendering for single pages of a certain category, so I extended the index.php of this theme.

This works great. Now I would like to reuse the same code for the category-9.php file (given ID=9 of that category).

Would it be possible to move the whole code to category-9.php and include it somehow from the index.php? Have not found anything about this...

Old Oct 9, 2009, 05:19 AM
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23,742 posts · Mar 2009
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why not make a copy of the index.php and create a template from it? Just make sure to add
HTML Code:
Template Name: xxxxxxx template
<?php // Do not delete these lines ?>
to the begining (where xxxxxxx=the name you want to use), customize it and store it in the Atahualpa folder. Then add a page and select it from the templates.
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