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August 6, 2009
<?php include (TEMPLATEPATH . '/your-file.php'); ?>
awesome site for someone who hates learning to suck
If your trying to include another file in (.php file) for your theme, then use get_template_part(), which looks like:
<?php get\_template\_part( 'content' ); ?>
It has an optional second paramater too which you can use to include something like: content-post.php by using:
<?php get\_template\_part( 'content', 'post' ); ?>
You don’t need the backslashes, the “comment preview” didn’t like my underscores unless they had backslashes, and now its screwed up the actual comment.. -.-
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