Support » Plugin: RSS Aggregator by Feedzy - Powerful WP Autoblogging and News Aggregator » Use Feedzy in index.php to replace latest blog posts ( loop.php )

  • Resolved panther_26

    (@panther_26)


    I am not using my theme as a blog and would like to change the homepage where it pulls in loop.php to display my feedzy feed. How can I change this in the index.php where it references <?php get_template_part(‘loop’);
    or change it in the loop.php file itself?

    All help appreciated.

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  • Plugin Contributor contactashish13

    (@rozroz)

    @panther_26 you may want to create a page with the feedzy shortcode in it and then set that page as your home page.

    Thread Starter panther_26

    (@panther_26)

    This would be the ideal solution no doubt. However, the theme designer somehow coded call to action images and other elements directly into index.php and they for whatever reason will not appear if I set the site to show a page for the homepage. Haven’t been able to fully recreate the homepage visuals by using a page.

    Plugin Contributor contactashish13

    (@rozroz)

    @panther_26 in that case I believe you can directly insert a PHP code block as follows:

    <?php do_shortcode( '[feedzy-rss feeds="..."]' ); ?>

    Hello @panther_26,

    I hope you are doing well.

    Since we haven’t heard back from you for a while, I am marking this ticket as closed due to inactivity.

    If our previous response did not help, please do not hesitate to let us know by replying to this thread.

    Plugin Contributor contactashish13

    (@rozroz)

    Marking this as resolved.

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