Location Needed – Where To Call Funtion (Within Post)

  • Anonymous

    #9408

    I want to display something here:

    [img]http://i.imgur.com/QKQKuRO.png?1[/img]

    Right now it’s like this:

    483321-de.png

    With this code in the single.php file:

    http://pastebin.com/3wEGFZgy

    In which file do I have to call the function to be displayed like in the first image? And preferably in which line (before/after a certain code) within that file?

    I hope someone can help me.

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #43558

    I don’t know what code you are using to create that function (?), but you could add it to a Graphene action hook widget area.

    Anonymous

    #43559

    Do you know which one it is? I believe it’s one of the following:

    loop.php

    loop-single.php

    loop-page.php

    I want it displayed below the meta data (category, edit post, posted by, etc.) and above the actual post and page content.


    That’s the function by the way:

    /* WPML Post Available With Flag & Text */

    function icl_post_languages(){
    $languages = icl_get_languages('skip_missing=1');
    if(1 < count($languages)){
    echo '<div id="icl_available_language"><ul>';
    echo __('This post is also available in: ');
    foreach($languages as $l){
    echo '<li>';
    if($l['country_flag_url']){
    if(!$l['active']) echo '<a href="'.$l['url'].'">';
    echo '<img src="'.$l['country_flag_url'].'" height="12" alt="'.$l['language_code'].'" width="18" />';
    if(!$l['active']) echo '</a>';
    }
    if(!$l['active']) echo '<a href="'.$l['url'].'">';
    echo icl_disp_language($l['native_name']);
    if(!$l['active']) echo '</a>';
    echo join(', ', $langs);
    echo '</li>';
    }
    echo '</ul></div>';
    }
    }

    I tried it with loop-single.php (graphene_before_post_content). When I add this code it looks like this:

    http://i.imgur.com/S81YMPh.png

    When I wrap it in <?php *code* ?> it looks like this:

    http://i.imgur.com/fK2GNnI.png

    The function is usually called in single.php via icl_post_languages();. The WPML support told me to contact the theme author because they don’t know how I can add this feature between the meta data and the post content. :/

    Anonymous

    #43560

    I got closer to my goal by now. I looked at the widget code for the previous/next links (from your tutorial) and figured out what to do. Thanks for your tip with the action hook widget.

    <div class="icl_available_language">
    <?php icl_post_languages(); ?>
    </div>

    Just added some CSS tweaks and I finally got it.

    Site: https://www.anonyrev.com/uncategorized/sdrxfgvhjkloa/

    Thanks again for your help. Finally another issue solved after days of struggling.

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