Change out DCG for Genesis Responsive Slider

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    jbdiggable
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    I currently have DCG on the home page for my child theme, but am wanting to switch over to the Genesis Responsive Slider. I’m looking for the function ID for the plugin so I can switch it on my home. php. Does anyone know what it is, or have a different idea of how to do this? Thanks.

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    marybaum
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    Is there a reason you wouldn’t handle this by uninstalling the DCG plugin and installing the Genesis Responsive Slider plugin?

    Also, I use another plugin called Reveal IDs that adds an ID column to every left-hand item menu in my dashboard – posts, plugins, categories, tags, whatever. That would give you the ID of the plugin, at least.

    Mary Baum


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    jbdiggable
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    I’ll take a look at Reveal IDs—thanks for that!

    I’m running a retired child theme (church) and the placement of the plugin is written into the home.php file. To put GRS in the same place I can’t uninstall DCG and install the new one. I don’t have a widgetized area on my home page above the content to place the new plugin. Hopefully the plugin will give me the ID. Thanks.

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    jbdiggable
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    Unfortunately it looks like Reveal IDs does not show the ID/call for plugins, which is what I need to replace the DCG ID.

    This is what I’m working with, hoping to change the DCG items to the appropriate GRS ID.

    <?php if( function_exists(‘dynamic_content_gallery’) ) : ?>
    <div class=”dcg”>
    <?php dynamic_content_gallery(); ?>
    </div><!– end .dcg –>
    <?php endif; ?>

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