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WordPress function to check which theme is being used?

Is there a WordPress function that will return the theme that’s currently being used?

I’m sorta desperate here;-) Maybe you can figure out why by playing around themes.performancing.com

Author: ryancaldwell

8 thoughts on “WordPress function to check which theme is being used?

  1. I think HandySolo wins the prize, though Raj later got it exactly. $10 to both of you. PM me your paypal addresses and I’ll send the money.

    “You appear to have some theme specific content in that announcement post.”

    Yep, Photopress can handle 640px wide images and the other themes can’t.

  2. Okay, it is part of the theme switcher, but I noticed you’re showing two images in Photopress but one in the others, and different sizes.

  3. Raj, nope. But think about why I might want to display content in one theme but not another;-) Go to themes.performancing.com and browse through the themes. Pay special attention to anything that changes.

  4. so let me be more specific. You appear to have some theme specific content in that announcement post.

  5. Ten dollars to the first person who can figure out why I needed this theme based logic.

  6. Sweet. I figured it out.

    First, I downloaded the Exec-PHP plugin. Second, I included the following code inside of a WordPress post:

    [?php if (ts_get_theme()==”Photopress”){ ?]

    [?php } ?]

    Replace the square brackets with angled brackets.

    Can anyone guess why I had needed this at http://themes.performancing.com

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