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Adding Breadcrumbs to Theme

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  • #3225 Reply

    Kriss Harmsworth

    Is there anyway you incorporate breadcrumbs into the theme? Of course with an option to not have it for those who don’t use it. At the moment I am using Yoast to do the breadcrumbs and every time I update I have to put the code back in. And yes I could use a child theme but it would be lovely to have it as part of the theme.

    Kriss :)

    #3226 Reply

    Ronnel Angelo
    Keymaster

    Hi Kriss,

    I also use Yoast. I think it would be easier and practical to make the yoast breadcrumb code (The code that you add) officially part of the theme instead of making a completely new breadcrumb system. I’ll just add it in the index.php. This way, you won’t have to add the code yourself every time the theme is updated.

    #3233 Reply

    Ronnel Angelo
    Keymaster

    It seems those who login on this forum using twitter can’t get notifications. Email must be changed manually on profile.. Or maybe I should just remove twitter login…

    #3234 Reply

    Kriss Harmsworth

    That would be brilliant!

    Thank you!

    If poss can you make it appear at the top of the pages rather then in-between the menu and the pages? Would make it look a lot neater. Although thinking about you have to add to every template wouldn’t you?

    Just a thought.. :D

    Kriss :)

    #3235 Reply

    Kriss Harmsworth

    Ok just went in and put in my email so will see what happens… :D

    #3240 Reply

    Ronnel Angelo
    Keymaster

    If poss can you make it appear at the top of the pages rather then in-between the menu and the pages? Would make it look a lot neater. Although thinking about you have to add to every template wouldn’t you?

    Now I’m a little reluctant to add it :) I’m thinking most people would want to place it differently.

    I think there may be a better solution for you if you don’t want to use a child theme. You could install this php widget plugin. A new widget called “PHP Code” will be available. It’s just similar to a normal text widget. You can place that anywhere you like then add this code:

    <?php if ( function_exists('yoast_breadcrumb') ) {
       yoast_breadcrumb('<p id="breadcrumbs">','</p>'); }
    ?>
    

    You could place it on the “Before Content” sidebar which is on top of the post. Or you could place it on the “Post – Header” sidebar which is inside the post on top of the title.

    #3241 Reply

    Kriss Harmsworth

    Oh not seen that plugin … will have a play with that… :D

    Thank you!

    Kriss :)

    #3242 Reply

    Kriss Harmsworth

    Now that works!
    Thank you!

    Kriss :)

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