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    Hello Forum,

    I’m fairly new with website management and StudioPress so you’ll forgive me for using wrong terms. My question is about how to verify an account:

    in a blog that uses a StudioPress theme (Minimum child theme).

    The support article talks about adding the code to the “index” page. The only file I can think of in my WordPress blog is index.php but editing that just makes my site unreachable (e.g. error parsing php file).

    Anyone could point me in the right direction?

    Best regards,

    Nick Davis

    Hi Pietro, the easiest way might just be for you to put the HTML code in a Text widget in one of the Widget areas that appears on your homepage (perhaps Primary Sidebar? depending on your theme design)

    Go to Appearances > Widgets from the WordPress Dashboard

    – Nick

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    Hi Nick,

    Thanks for the fast turnaround, really appreciated. Your suggestion is probably the easiest one to implement and should solve the problem.

    I’ll report here how it goes.

    Best regards,



    Solved. Thanks.

    For whoever comes here looking for a solution, these are the steps I followed:

    • Go to Appearances > Widgets from the WordPress Dashboard
    • Added the html code that appears on KB article
    • Flushed the cache on WordPress

    Voilá, all done.

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